Reporter | Minnesota Twins and MLB

Phil Miller has covered the Twins for the Star Tribune since 2013. Previously, he covered the University of Minnesota football team, and from 2007-09, he covered the Twins for the Pioneer Press.

A native of Pekin, Ill., Miller attended the University of Utah, and worked for 26 years at The Salt Lake Tribune, spending five years as assistant sports editor, and later as a reporter covering communities, college football and basketball, and the NBA's Utah Jazz.

Michael Pineda throws two no-hit innings, then Twins-Red Sox are rained out

Managers Rocco Baldelli and Alex Cora didn't want to risk player injury.

New Twins shortstop Andrelton Simmons arrives in Florida

The free agent signing could be in drills this weekend after solving visa issues.

Minor league veteran sparks Atlanta past Twins 4-0

The loss was the fourth in a row for the Twins after opening Grapefruit play with two victories.

Lewis vows to grow, learn as he aggressively approaches ACL rehab

Fresh off ACL surgery, Twins prospect Royce Lewis has settled into a new phase of his career-on-hold, and already looking forward to his first at-bat next spring.

Twins lose to Tampa Bay 5-2; Maeda pitches two scoreless innings

Kenta Maeda worked out of bases-loaded jeopardy while relievers Hansel Robles and Taylor Rogers were on the mound for the five Rays runs.

Berríos expects to pitch 200-plus innings for Twins this season

While teams are being careful to ease pitchers into a normal workload, one summer after a season that lasted only nine weeks, Jose Berríos has a workload benchmark in mind.

Cruz arrives with homer, but Red Sox win 14-6; Colome hit hard

Bobby Dalbec homered twice for Boston, which broke open the game with four runs in the third inning and eigh in the fourth.

Injury forces change in Twins camp roster; follow today's play-by-play here

Jose Berrios in on the mound for today as the Twins were forced to alter their 75-player training camp roster.

After bout with COVID-19, Happ reports to Twins spring training

Lefthander J.A. Happ still can't smell or taste, but had a short bullpen session in Fort Myers.

By the numbers, Dobnak has been a Twins success

Randy Dobnak has made an impact in the past two seasons, and the 26-year-old righthander is eager to prove himself again.