Dave St. Peter
The first leg of the Twins Caravan, which lets fans get to see some of their favorite players and coach up close and in person, will kick of Jan. 12 with stops in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Aitkin, Brainerd and Grand Rapids.
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The search has begun for a new manager of the Minnesota Twins for the first time in 13 years. After four straight seasons of at least 92 losses, the mandate to find a fresh perspective in the dugout has been made clear.
Ron Gardenhire Fired….Reaction from the Twins and from Mike Max. Click the link above to listen back to those interviews and more from THE PODCAST PAGE
As the All-Star Game gets closer, Minneapolis’ twin city, St. Paul, is getting into the action. Surrounded by school children, the Minnesota Twins unveiled new All-Star lineup of jersey-wearing Peanuts characters suited up for the midsummer classic. St. Paul’s native M&M boys, Paul Molitor and Joe Mauer – both All-Star Ambassadors – were there to welcome two other St. Paul icons into the All-Star lineup: Snoopy and Charlie Brown.
Sid Hartman Day was quite the celebration! Listen back to highlights by CLICKING THE LINK above.
Sid Hartman has graced this humble Earth for 94 years. He has been scribbling for the Star Tribune for 69 of those years and has held court on the airwaves of WCCO Radio for 59. This Sunday, the Minnesota Twins – who’ve been in this state a mere 53 years – will honor those astounding numbers, and the singular character who owns them, with “Sid Hartman Day” at Target Field.
It looks like the weather will be cooperating as the Minnesota Twins get ready for their home opener at Target Field Monday.
Like most baseball fans, Twins fans love seeing the long ball — even if it is just in batting practice.
Twins baseball has become interactive, but not only on the field. It’s also now on the Internet, and it’s taking baseball to a whole new level and making it personal. They’re using the social media network Twitter to get closer to their most passionate fans.
Bill Smith is staying in the Minnesota Twins organization after being fired as general manager.
Reaction to the death Tuesday of Twins slugger and Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew from players, Hall of Famers and others who had the opportunity to know Killebrew.
Official with Sanford Health tells Star Tribune they’re willing to discuss options with Twins
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Twins are expressing outrage over a huge billboard on the back of the Target Center that can be seen from many seats in baseball’s Target Field and everywhere just outside on […]
Day 7 of the Minnesota State Fair! In his final hour on Wednesday, Chad welcomed Democratic candidate for Governor, Senator Mark Dayton to the WCCO porch… Then he talked with Minnesota Twins president, Dave St. […]