Cory Provus said the Twins approached him in mid-October about moving from radio to TV to replace Dick Bremer. But how the games will be available on TV and the web still hasn't been settled.
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A righthander who turns 36 on April 11, Kenta Maeda spent the past three years with the Twins. He was 6-8 with a 4.23 ERA in 20 starts and one relief appearance this year in his return from Tommy John surgery on Sept. 1, 2021.
Emilio Pagán, 32, had a rebound season with the Twins in 2023, posting a 2.99 ERA with 65 strikeouts in 70 innings.
Two longtime announcers for the Twins move into different positions.
The Twins have four top trade candidates, but they aren't likely to be attractive enough to acquire a high-end pitcher in return — and signing a prominent free agent is unlikely.
An organization-wide strategic shift doesn't come without casualties.
Come for the sides, stay for the Turkey. The traditional feast is here.
Frank White ran the team's RBI program for 23 years, and Dick Bremer was on the TV broadcast for 40 seasons.
With questions swirling around a shrinking payroll, fans wonder if a new TV deal could change the plan or if the front office will have to get creative.
Joe Mauer, who spent his 15-year major league career with his hometown Twins, is one of 12 new names appearing on the ballot for the 2024 Baseball Hall of Fame.
Matthew LeCroy and LaTroy Hawkins could have been a very strong coaching staff that would have demanded excellence ... and a few pranks.
Kyle Farmer, Ryan Jeffers, Caleb Thielbar and Alex Kirilloff are among the players the Twins kept under their control.
Relaxing in Rhode Island? Only a little for Twins manager Rocco Baldelii, with young twins in his hands and his other young Twins on his mind.
The team has two minor league teams playing at the site in Florida, where they also hold spring training.
A bankruptcy judge approved a plan that will essentially put NBA teams — and soon NHL teams — in control of their local TV rights after this season. Is there any way the Wolves, Wild and Twins could work together?
The Twins will have less room for error in roster decisions for next year, and the unsettled TV situation is the cause. Baseball writer Phil Miller joins host Michael Rand. Also, don't sweat the Wolves loss to the Suns.
A federal bankruptcy judge's ruling keeps Wolves games on TV this season, and likely those of the Wild. But the Twins could face a financial hit.
Sonny Gray is testing free agency for the first time in his career and the expectation is he will command at least $20 million per year in a multiyear deal. .
As the team deals with limited spending ability, two productive players should be on the trading block.
The Twins are looking outside of their current roster to fill three areas of concern — and will need to be creative because of their intention to cut the payroll for 2024.