In a city school of 1,700 students, Minneapolis Southwest High School’s principal Bill Smith walks the hallways with a sense of pride — his institution was named Minnesota’s top public high school by the U.S. News & World Report.
Bill Smith is staying in the Minnesota Twins organization after being fired as general manager.
If fans ruled the sports world, today’s events would have happened a year or so ago.
The Minnesota Twins fired general manager Bill Smith on Monday and returned Terry Ryan to the role on an interim basis.
The Minnesota Twins have plenty of holes to fill when the free-agent market opens.
Twins General manager Bill Smith told WCCO’s Dave Lee that the Twins are working on next season starting today.
Dave Lee talked with Twins general manager Bill Smith at the halfway point of spring training in Fort Myers, FLA.
The Minnesota Twins have asked slugger Justin Morneau to skip the team’s annual fan festival this weekend so he can keep concentrating on his recovery from a concussion.
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Bill Smith, TWINS GM, talks about the team!