Joe Mauer Makes MLB Retirement OfficialSt. Paul native Joe Mauer is retiring after 15 seasons with the Minnesota Twins. He made it official at a news conference Monday morning at Target Field.
Joe Mauer To Retire From Major League BaseballJoe Mauer is retiring from baseball, according to WCCO-TV's Mike Max. Mauer’s official announcement will come in the form of a full-page ad in the Star Tribune newspaper Sunday.
Twins Decline Options On Morrison, SantanaThe Minnesota Twins have declined 2019 options on contracts with starting pitcher Ervin Santana and designated hitter/first baseman Logan Morrison.
Thielen’s Cleats Honor Fellow Minnesotan Joe MauerAdam Thielen wore cleats honoring Twins legend, and fellow Minnesota-native, Joe Mauer.
Twins Announce Rocco Baldelli, 37, As Next ManagerThe Minnesota Twins have made an important new hire. Rocco Baldelli is the team's new manager. He is coming to Minnesota from the Tampa Bay, where he worked for the Rays. When Thad Levine and Derek Falvey were hired in November of 2016 to run the Twins front office, it was a matter of time before they would bring in their own "guy" to be their manager.
Eddie Rosario Voted Twins MVP For 2018Left fielder Eddie Rosario has won the Calvin R. Griffith Award for the most valuable player of the Minnesota Twins in 2018, after batting .288 with 57 extra-base hits in 138 games.
Sano Starting Critical Offseason Of Conditioning For TwinsMiguel Sano has begun a critical offseason in his so-far-frustrating career with the Minnesota Twins, who plan to keep close tabs on the slugging third baseman frequently waylaid by injuries.
Sano Won't Face Charges For Incident In Dominican RepublicMinnesota Twins player Miguel Sano will not face criminal charges in the Dominican Republic as a result of his involvement in a traffic incident that injured a police officer.
Twins Investigating Dominican Republic Incident Involving Miguel SanoThe Minnesota Twins say they are aware of an incident involving third baseman Miguel Sano in the Dominican Republic.
A Look Back At Joe Mauer's 15 Seasons With The TwinsJoe Mauer has been the face of the Twins organization for over a decade and now he faces the difficult decision about retirement.
Report: Molitor Not Staying With TwinsAccording to at least one report, Molitor wants another shot at either managing or being on a coaching staff. It wouldn’t involve staying with the Twins.
Twins Release Paul Molitor As ManagerIn the 2017 season, Molitor was named the American League Manager of the Year.