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.
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.
Molitor Finishes 3rd In AL Manager Of The Year VotingMinnesota Twins rookie manager Paul Molitor has taken third in voting for the American League Manager of the Year award. Results were revealed Tuesday by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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.
8 Silver Linings To An Awful Weekend In Minnesota SportsIt could've been one of the most fun and exciting weekends in Minnesota sports in some time, but it all came crashing down. Literally every team that could've lost did. But that doesn't mean all is lost among those teams. Here are eight silver linings from a rough weekend in Minnesota sports.
Twins Blog Podcast, Ep. 4This week, you’ll hear Sid Hartman and Dave Mona talk to Torii Hunter about his season, how much fun he had, whether he thinks he can play in 2016, whether he thinks he WILL play in 2016 and much more.
Unsatisfied Twins Make Significant Strides With 83-79 FinishThe Minnesota Twins made a 13-win improvement this year, the second-biggest rise in the American League, and remained in contention for a wild card spot until the final weekend of the regular season.