It's a good outlet to have: Tips from Hall of Famer Rod Carew came in handy for Luis Arraez, like on his clutch two-RBI Saturday in a victory at Kansas City.
Josh Winder went on the injured list Saturday, on the heels of feeling discomfort during a start at Oakland, Trevor Megill was called up.
Baseball boss Derek Falvey and General Manager Thad Levine have made some odd choices since taking over in November 2016.
Back in the day if someone stepped out of line, he was getting buzzed or hit with a pickoff throw. But new technology alleviates on-field issues.
A quick look at Saturday night's game.
Jake Cave's first-inning home run gave the Saints a 4-0 lead, and they went on to defeat the Omaha Storm Chasers 4-2.
Trevor Megill will likely make his Twins debut in Kauffman Stadium after being summoned from Class AAA St. Paul.
Devin Smeltzer was terrific Friday, lowering his ERA to 1.74 and earning his fifth career victory. But after the game, manager Rocco Baldelli informed him he'd be rejoining the St. Paul Saints.
Though dazed by the coronavirus, the Twins' Luis Arraez has recovered and is hitting .391 since his return.
Top Twins prospect Royce Lewis, playing his first game in the minor leagues at third base, went 0-for-5 with the Saints and struck out four times.
A quick look at Friday night's game.
From home run hand pies to strike-out dogs: Here's a handy guide to eating at the Twins stadium.
The first-place Twins are starting a stretch of two weeks where they play either the Royals or Tigers.
Royce Lewis hit the second pitch of Thursday's game over the center field wall. He added two more hits and a stolen bases in the 11-2 loss to Omaha.
One month after pitch clocks were introduced at the highest level of minor league baseball, two things are clear. They speed up games. And players don't like them.
The first-place Twins have a three-game lead over second-place Chicago, and play either Detroit or KC in their next 15 games.
Jorge Polanco has been a fixture in the lineup since 2019. With rest and recovery part of the discussion these days, Polanco's durability (in addition to his performance) stands out.
Byron Buxton and Royce Lewis have dominated the headlines the last few days, but let's not forget that the Twins are on pace to win 94 games. Also, hockey writer Sarah McLellan on the Wild's roster in flux.
Chris Paddack, acquired a day before Opening Day in the Taylor Rogers trade, underwent Tommy John surgery Wednesday — the second time he's had the procedure.
A team that sits in first place demoted its hottest hitter and one of its most exciting players hours after watching him smash a double and a home run. Bad move.