Kepler Homers Twice, Including Walk-Off, Twins Beat Astros 9-8Max Kepler hit a walk-off home run, his second blast of the day, as the Twins beat the Houston Astros 9-8 at Target Field.
Kyle Gibson Says Twins Are 'Ready To Contend'What Kyle Gibson learned this spring is this team expects to win right now. And that's a good thing.
Despite Bump In Twins Rotation, Gibson Still Has Key RoleGibson went 6-2 with a 3.55 ERA over his last 11 starts for the Twins last year, and he's been sharp again this spring.
Twins Spring Training Brings Rotation Questions, OpeningsTwins pitchers and catchers held their first official workout on Wednesday, but there's room for more.
Dozier Named Twins MVP For Diamond AwardsBrian Dozier has been named MVP of the Minnesota Twins for the second straight season.
Paying Close Attention To Last Weeks Of MLB Season Is Crucial To Fantasy HopesThere are only three weeks left in the 2017 Major League Baseball regular season, so it's crunch time in your fantasy baseball league. If you still are pushing for a league title, it's key to make sure your active lineup features players that are actually playing each day of the week.
Gibson Labors, Twins Fall To Indians 9-3Kyle Gibson (6-10) allowed three runs on seven hits in four-plus innings for the Twins.
Kepler, Rosario Lead Twins Past Tigers 9-4Max Kepler and Eddie Rosario homered and drove in three runs each as the Minnesota Twins beat the Tigers 9-4 Friday night.
Twins Drop Series Finale To Astros, 5-3Kennys Vargas and Ehire Adrianza hit solo homers for Minnesota. Kyle Gibson (5-8) yielded four runs in six-plus innings.
Gibson Struggles, Twins Fall To Orioles 11-5Adam Jones homered twice and drove in five runs to lead a 15-hit attack and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Minnesota Twins 11-5 on Sunday.
4 Reasons The Indians Sweeping Twins Was PredictableIn a rare opportunity to create distance in the AL Central, the Twins got swept and fell out of first place.
Twins Avoid Sweep Against Mariners With 2 - 1 WinRobinson Cano regularly makes the difficult look routine. So when Seattle's star and one of the best defensive second basemen in baseball makes two errors on one play, it's a shocking moment.