Twins Hit 3 Homers In Win Over RoyalsMiguel Sano hit the go-ahead two-run home run in the fifth inning after Minnesota lost an early lead, and the Twins staved off another series sweep Wednesday by beating the Kansas City Royals 7-5.
4 Reasons For The Twins Terrible 8-23 StartThe Twins started 0-9 and hope is fading with an 8-23 record in early May. Here are four reasons why they've struggled.
Twins Beat Brewers 7-4, Claim 4th Win In A RowThe Minnesota Twins have done a lot of waiting for wins this season. Miguel Sano and Byung Ho Park homered, and Minnesota had a season-best 14 hits Monday night in a 7-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers that was shortened to six innings because of rain.
Winless Twins Striking Out At Historic RateThe metaphor for the start of this season for the Minnesota Twins is obvious: one big swing and a miss.
4 Reasons The Twins Can Contend In 2016In Paul Molitor's first year, the Twins finished 83-79 and had a chance for a playoff spot heading into the final series of the regular season.
Dozier, Sano, Suzuki Homer In Twins Spring Training WinBrian Dozier's first-pitch home run and another shot by Miguel Sano just five pitches later set the tone as the Minnesota Twins beat the Boston Red Sox 6-2 Tuesday in a rain-shortened game.
30 Players: Miguel Sano Ready For Superstar Status With TwinsThe Twins 3B seems to be ready for a big season after dominating in his debut last year.
Torii Hunter Mentoring Miguel Sano In New Outfield RoleOne of the big changes this year is moving Miguel Sano, the slugger, to the outfield. It was done to make room for Byung Ho Park as a designated hitter.
7 Storylines For The Twins In Spring TrainingThe Twins, coming off an 83-79 season in Paul Molitor's first season as manager, open the 2016 regular season at Baltimore on Monday, April 4. A lot can happen between now and then, but here are seven things to keep an eye on in Spring Training.
Twins Hope Promising 2015 Finish Provides Boost This SeasonFollowing an 83-79 finish in manager Paul Molitor's first season, during which they stayed in the American League wild-card race until the second-to-last day on the schedule, the Twins have naturally returned for 2016 with higher hopes.
2015 In Review: The Year In Local SportsMinnesota doesn't seem to lack anything in having big sports stories over the course of a year, and 2015 was no exception. Here's a look back at the crazy year that was Minnesota sports.
Twins' Sano, Molitor Finalists For American League HonorsThe Minnesota Twins announced Tuesday that Miguel Sano and Paul Molitor are each up for American League awards. Sano is one of three finalists for the American League Rookie of the Year award.