Twins Blog: Happy Berrios Day!Twins fans have been begging for it since last fall, and Wednesday night they'll get their wish.
Twins Blog Podcast: Taylor Rogers, Phil Miller, & Ron GardenhireIn this week's edition of the Twins Blog Podcast, you'll hear from relief pitcher Taylor Rogers and Star Tribune beat writer Phil Miller. Plus, a conversation with Ron Gardenhire.
Twins Blog: Batting Practice BuddiesWCCO and the Minnesota Twins are giving kids the ultimate baseball experience to watch batting practice and meet their favorite players.
Twins Blog: Carew's First PitchAfter suffering a near-fatal heart attack on September 20, 2015, the fact that Rod Carew's chief concern on Monday's Twins Home Opener was bouncing the ceremonial first pitch was a near miracle.
Twins Blog: Nobody PanicSix games are less than four percent of a Major League Baseball season. While nobody's happy with the team's start, they realize that there's a lot of baseball left to be played.
Twins Blog: Rod Carew Speaks From The HeartTwinsFest is usually a chance for fans and players get excited about the upcoming season. But for one Hall of Fame player, he was simply thankful to just be there.
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.
Twins Blog: 8 Things We Watched ForSix months ago, we here at the WCCO.com Twins Blog brought you 8 Things To Watch for as the 2015 Twins season rolled along. Now that the season has come to a conclusion, it's only fitting we go back and review what did - or didn't - happen as the 2015 campaign progressed.
Twins Blog: It Comes Down To This ...Ten teams make the playoffs in baseball. Nine of those spots have been decided. But the final AL Wild Card spot is still up for grabs.
Twins Blog Podcast: Ep. 3Welcome back again for the third episode of our weekly WCCO.com Twins Blog Podcast.
Twins Blog: Homestand NotesThe Twins just finished a crucial 10-game homestand and while you can't call it a rousing success, you can't exactly call it a complete disaster.
Twins Blog: Wish Come TrueSean Floersch is no stranger to a baseball diamond. As a 14-year-old pitcher from Burnsville, he knows he can get the ball across the plate.