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Fall down, get up, keep moving, and turn it into a victory -- Randy Arozarena's madcap race around the bases was about as uneventful as the Rays' path to a win.
Minnesota's former top pitching prospect throws seven pitches in his World Series debut, six of them topping 100 mph
James Rowson, the former Twins hitting coach niw with Miami, also is among several candidates for the Boston job after Ron Roenicke's firing.
Cue up the marching bands and convertibles. But this time the parade route should run through downtown Brainerd and near-by Crosby instead of the Twin Cities.
Twins writer Phil Miller reports in from the World Series, where he realized how much he missed having fans in the seats while being alarmed by how many behaved.
In the Twins' most important game of the season, Alex Kirilloff will start in right field and hit sixth against the Astros in Game 2 of thea best-of-three Wild Card series.
The Twins activated rookie outfielder Alex Kirilloff, who has never played above Class AA, for their playoff series against the Astros because third baseman Josh Donaldson is still injured.
The final day of the Major League Baseball regular season is here, with all teams playing at 2 p.m. or so ... which means around 6 p.m. or so we'll know the playoff picture.
It's an important night for the Twins as they face Cincinnati in the penultimate game of the regular season. The Twins can clinch the AL Central with a win and a White Sox loss to the Cubs. A win by the Twins under any circumstances means they would clinch home field for the first round.
The Twins can clinch a home playoff berth as they face Cincinnati tonight at Target Field and get Nelson Cruz back in the lineup.
With four games remaining in the regular season, the Twins are vying for a home playoff berth.
The former Reds standout has been out because of a biceps injury since his opening start of the season.
Jose Berrios will face Yu Darvish as both teams head down the stretch of the MLB playoff races.
Third baseman Josh Donaldson (planned day off) and Nelson Cruz (knee soreness) aren't in the starting lineup as the Twins seek a win at Wrigley Field.
Rich Hill will face Kyle Hendricks as the teams start a three-game series at Wrigley Field. The Cubs lead their division by 5 1/2 games.
Chicago leads the American League Central, and the Twins are two games behind.
The Twins have fallen three games behind Chicago in the American League Central.
MLB has announced no plans for a change to next season, with the regular season schedule having already been set.
Major League Baseball's new playoff format was finalized today, with bubble sites in California and Texas after the first round.
Chicago is a game ahead of the Twins after going 18-2 combined against Kansas City and Detroit this season.