Twins Blog: Rob Manfred VisitsMajor League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred paid a visit to Target Field Friday.
Twins Blog: Erv The AceThe title might sound like hyperbole, but Ervin Santana has been as good as any pitcher in baseball through his first three starts. A trifecta punctuated by his 1-hit shutout on Saturday.
Twins Blog: James Beresford's 1st Major League HitHave you ever spent 10 years chasing a dream? Twins rookie James Beresford knows exactly what that feels like.
Twins Blog: Could Max Kepler Be AL Rookie Of The Year?Minnesota Twins rookie outfielder Max Kepler has been on an absolute tear for the better part of a month.
Twins Blog: Glen Perkins Speaks About Shoulder SurgeryGlen Perkins spoke with the media before Friday nights game against the Yankees about the decision announced yesterday to have season-ending shoulder surgery.
Twins Blog: Hughes Has A Cracked FemurDr. John Steubs talked with the media before Saturday's game versus the Red Sox to clarify the diagnosis of starting pitcher Phil Hughes' injury after being struck by a line drive on Thursday night.
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.