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The Minnesota Twins just completed their first full workout of spring training, and manager Ron Gardenhire has already decided who will be his starting pitcher on opening day.
Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano missed Minnesota’s first official workout of the spring Friday because of a sore shoulder that he deemed minor.
Joe Nathan is moving closer to regaining his closer role with the Minnesota Twins, throwing outside off a mound for the first time since reconstructive right elbow surgery nearly a year ago.
The typical setbacks that come during a Tommy John rehabilitation haven’t been there for Joe Nathan.
Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven will be the sixth player in Twins history to have his jersey number retired, the team announced late Thursday.
The Minnesota Twins and right-hander Kevin Slowey have come to agreement on a one-year, $2.7 million contract to avoid arbitration.
Carl Pavano is headed back to the Minnesota Twins with a new $16.5 million, two-year contract.
Jesse Crain can’t help it: Pitching for the White Sox is going to be a bit odd for a reliever who has played his entire seven-year career for AL Central rival Minnesota.
Francisco Liriano didn’t just hit the wall in the sixth inning, he slammed into it. Then the Minnesota Twins went tumbling to a series-opening loss to their October nemesis.
All Star right-hander added to bullpen ahead of trade deadline.