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Target Field To Host NDSU Football Game In 2019The Minnesota Twins announced Monday they'll be hosting their first Division I football game in history at Target Field in 2019.
The Twins' 1991 World Series Victory In Their Own WordsTo celebrate the anniversary of the Twins' 1991 World Series title, what better way to mark the milestone than to let them tell the story – of that team and that title – in their own words.
Dozier Named Twins 2016 MVP At Diamond AwardsMinnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier was the big winner among the team's annual honors, following his record-setting season.
Target Field To Host St. Thomas-St. John’s Rivalry GameNext year, the football rivalry between the University of St. Thomas and St. John’s University will be decided, for the first time, at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis.
Twins, Lynx Team Up To Bring Fans To WNBA FinalsThe Minnesota Twins are teaming up with the Minnesota Lynx to help bring fans to the WNBA Finals. For the fifth time in six seasons, the Lynx are entering the WNBA finals. Games begin at Target Center on Oct. 9.
Reality Check: Twins Suffer Record Losses In 2016; Wasn't Target Field Supposed To Stop That?In a game where numbers rule, the 2016 Minnesota Twins set a record they never wanted.
Twins Name Derek Falvey Executive Vice President, Chief Baseball OfficerThe Twins announced Monday that they have hired Derek Falvey as their new executive vice president and chief baseball officer.
Buxton, Sano Homers Lead Twins To 6-3 Win In Season FinaleByron Buxton hit and inside-the-park homer and Miguel Sano also homered in Sunday's win.
Buxton Hits Inside-The-Park Homer On 1st Pitch Vs. White SoxMinnesota Twins speedster Byron Buxton hit an inside-the-park home run on the first pitch of Sunday's game against the White Sox.
Buxton, Polanco Lift Twins Over White Sox 6-0Byron Buxton and Jorge Polanco each hit a two-run home run to send James Shields to a major league high-tying 19th loss, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 6-0 on Saturday night.
David Ortiz Leaving On His Own Terms After 20-Year MLB CareerThe Mariners traded him. The Twins released him. And even the Boston fans gave up on David Ortiz a couple of times after he struggled to start the spring or limped away before the year was over.
White Sox Hand Twins Their 103rd Loss, A New Low In MinnesotaThe 7-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox Friday night marks the most since the Twins franchise moved to Minnesota.

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