Twins Hoping To Reverse Trend Of Bad Starting PitchingTwins starters are 19-38 with a 5.26 ERA this season, ahead of only Cincinnati.
Minnesota Twins Lose Game, Series To Anaheim AngelsOne inning after Max Kepler simply overran a fly ball to right, Robbie Grossman took a poor line in left field and allowed another Angels drive to drop.
Twins' Molitor Focused On Allen's Well-Being After DWI ArrestMinnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor said his primary concern was for the well-being of pitching coach Neil Allen, who was suspended by the team following his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving.
Sid Hartman Sits Down For 1-On-1 With Twins Manager Paul MolitorThe Twins are certainly off to a record-setting bad start this year, one that has even disappointed Manager Paul Molitor. But Molitor told WCCO's Sid Hartman that he still has a lot of hope for the team.
Twins Fall To Royals 10 – 4In his three seasons in Minnesota, Ricky Nolasco has become the poster child for the ailing Twins franchise. When he hasn't been hurt, Nolasco has been battered by opposing hitters, and the four-year, $49 million contract the Twins gave him has been one of several moves that have not panned out.
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.
Astros Crush Twins 16-4 In Hughes' 3rd Straight LossJason Castro homered and drove in four runs, and Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa both homered and knocked in three as the Houston Astros won consecutive games for the first time this season with a 16-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night.
Twins Hire Fmr. Manager Ron Gardenhire As Special Assistant To The GMA familiar face to Twins fans is coming back to Target Field.
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.
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 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.
Molitor Looking Forward To Second Season As The BossOn Tuesday night, Twins manager Paul Molitor caught Bruce Springsteen's concert across the state in Sunrise, Florida.

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