After stumbling through the last four seasons, the Minnesota Twins have summoned several of their best minor leaguers this summer. Some came straight from Double-A.
Twins manager Paul Molitor turned down an offer from Royals manager Ned Yost to coach in this week’s All Star Game, telling him that, actually, he’d rather have the rest.
The Minnesota Timberwolves would probably have to go 20 and 10, or maybe even 22 and 8 for the rest of the way to make the playoffs. The task is again becoming daunting, and forward Corey Brewer is painfully aware. “We need a win before All-Star break. We got a lot of injuries, man,” Brewer said. “It’s tough when you have injuries.” They are indeed a team riddled with current injuries, and frustrated by another sub-par season. Healthy or not, the Wolves cannot get stops on defense.
Jim Rome, host of Rome on CBS Sports Network and The Jim Rome Show on the radio joined CBS Local Sports to give his take on the biggest topics in the major sports.
The Minnesota Twins won’t have to wait long to see if the momentum from June will carry over through the All-Star break.
Even though David Kahn and Kurt Rambis took over the basketball operations for the Minnesota Timberwolves in the summer of 2009, they prefer to call this season their first on the job.
DETROIT (AP) _ The short-handed Minnesota Twins desperately needed to change things up before the All-Star break. They’d loss four straight games, including a pair to division-rival Detroit, and were missing two All-Stars to injury. […]
We’ve now reached the All-Star Break. And while all the festivities will center on Anaheim Monday and Tuesday, there’s still business to be taken care of on Sunday. Eric recaps the Twins saving themselves from […]