Twins GM: Mauer Can Be A .300 Hitter Again, Will Play 1BMinnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan says he believes Joe Mauer can return to .300 hitting after one of the worst offensive seasons of his career.
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.
Torii Hunter Unsure If He’ll Return To The TwinsFan favorite Torii Hunter is not in the lineup for Sunday’s Twins season finale at Target Field, and it's not known if he'll play with the team again.
Buxton Doubles, Homers To lead Twins Over Tigers, 7-1 Byron Buxton doubled and homered to lead the Minnesota Twins to a crucial 7-1 victory win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
4 Things To Know: Mary Pawlenty, Cheap Gas & MoreHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015.
Twins Rookie Slugger Sano, Closer Perkins Out Vs White SoxThe Minnesota Twins are without rookie slugger Miguel Sano and closer Glen Perkins for the game against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday. Sano is dealing with a hamstring injury that doesn't allow him to run.
Sano Storm: Twins Rookie Shows Power, Discipline At PlateTorii Hunter, Minnesota's 40-year-old right fielder in his 17th full major league season, was at the plate last week with the bases loaded.
Slumping Twins Lose 8-1 To Kluber, IndiansThe Minnesota Twins are losing valuable ground in the standings. Phil Hughes lasted just three innings and Minnesota managed just three hits in an 8-1 loss to Corey Kluber and the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.
Indians' Kluber Loses No-Hit Bid In 7th On Mauer SingleCleveland Indians star Corey Kluber has lost his no-hit bid in the seventh inning on a two-out single by Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins.
4 Things You Need To Know For July 26, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, July 26.
Brian Dozier Gets His Own Emoji When You Use #VoteDozierIt's the final push for players hoping to make the All-Star Team. Public voting is open until 3 p.m. Friday, and players are pushing for those numbers. Prior to Friday, all voting has been taking place online or through text message.
Second-Place Twins Beat AL Central-Leading Royals, 2-0 Kyle Gibson threw eight innings of four-hit ball, Danny Santana and Eduardo Escobar had RBI triples, and the Minnesota Twins beat the AL Central-leading Kansas City Royals 2-0 Thursday night.