Twins Place P Glen Perkins On 60-Day Disabled ListThe Minnesota Twins have placed left-hander Glen Perkins on the 60-day disabled list with a left posterior shoulder strain, a byproduct of his recovery from surgery last season to repair a torn labrum.
Glen Perkins Focused On Health With Shoulder Rehab Nearly DoneGlen Perkins' professional baseball career began with the Minnesota Twins organization. He wants it to end that way too.
4 Reasons The Twins Will Improve In 2017The 2017 season can only get better, because it can't get any worse right? Here are four reasons why the Twins will be better this year.
Glen Perkins To Have Season-Ending Shoulder SurgeryMinnesota Twins closer Glen Perkins will miss the rest of the season because of a persistent left shoulder injury that will require surgery.
Fighting Anxiety With A Good RunRunners know what hitting the pavement can do for both the body and the mind. Alisha Perkins, wife of Twins player Glen Perkins, knows that well.
Perkins Taking A Week Off From Throwing Minnesota Twins closer Glen Perkins will take a week off from throwing in his rehab to return from a left shoulder strain.
Perkins On DL With Shoulder InjuryThe back and neck problems that hounded Glen Perkins the past two seasons have subsided. Now the Minnesota Twins closer has shoulder trouble.
Twins Have Expectation, Not Hope, To Win In 2016The Minnesota Twins finally tasted last year the intensity and exhilaration of meaningful September games, following four straight deeply flawed seasons.
Twins Enter Spring Training With Relatively Healthy Pitching StaffThe Minnesota Twins already have something to be thankful for at spring training: The pitching staff is relatively healthy. Minnesota had several pitchers see their seasons short-circuited by injuries last season.
7 Good Guys On The Minnesota Sports SceneWhat are professional athletes like when they're away from the playing field? Are they in the community and do they generally enjoy interacting with fans who spend big bucks to watch them play on a daily basis? Here are seven Minnesota athletes who by all accounts are also good dudes.
Twins' Perkins Adjusts Training In Hopes Of Avoiding Late-Season InjuriesMinnesota Twins All-Star closer Glen Perkins has seen each of the last two seasons short-circuited in the second half by injuries to his neck and back. So Perkins went into the offseason looking to attack his preparation a little differently in hopes of helping his body endure the season's grind.
Jepsen, Twins Agree To $5.3M ContractRight-hander Kevin Jepsen have avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year contract worth $5,312,500. The agreement, announced Friday, gives the pitcher a raise of more than $2 million from his earnings of $3,025,000 last year.