The Minnesota Twins announced more roster moves Thursday morning as they continue into the heart of spring training down in Florida.
The next time Justin Morneau steps into the batter’s box he’ll be representing Canada in the World Baseball Classic. Morneau homered in his final game with Minnesota before leaving for the WBC, but the Twins lost to the Boston Red Sox 2-1 on Saturday.
Joe Mauer was impressed with the Twins pitching staff Sunday despite Minnesota’s 10-7 loss in 10 innings to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Kyle Gibson just looks like a major league pitcher.
The Minnesota Twins have remade their rotation after a rough time on the mound. They’ll have at least three new guys in the five-man group.
The Minnesota Twins have added eight players to their 40-man roster, including touted outfield prospect Aaron Hicks and right-hander Kyle Gibson, who is coming off of elbow ligament-replacement surgery.
Alex Wimmers is the latest Minnesota Twins pitching prospect sent for Tommy John surgery.
Top Minnesota Twins pitching prospect Kyle Gibson will have reconstructive elbow surgery next week, putting him out for the 2012 season.
Minnesota Twins general manager Bill Smith says top pitching prospect Kyle Gibson will continue rehabbing his injured elbow after meeting with a specialist in New York.
The Minnesota Twins have reduced their spring training roster by 14 players, optioning seven players to minor-league teams and reassigning seven others to minor-league camp — including right-handed pitcher Kyle Gibson.
The Minnesota Twins have included 2009 first-round draft pick Kyle Gibson among 19 non-roster players they’ve invited to spring training.
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