A's Beat Reeling Twins TwiceThe nightcap featured a delay of nearly 25 minutes because of a light bank in left field that lost power.
Twins Right Fielder Max Kepler Sidelined By COVID-19The Twins have had at least four positive coronavirus tests in the past week.
A Field Of Dreams On Display At Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall Of FameFrom home run derbies in the backyard to pick-up games at the park, kids across the state have big league dreams, even if most of their success happens on small town fields.
Twins Finalize $6.25M Contract For New Closer Alex ColoméThe deal, which was agreed to last week, will pay Colomé a $5 million base salary for 2021 and includes a $5.5 million option for 2022.
Former Twins, Saints Coach Wayne 'Twig' Terwilliger Dies At 95Terwilliger got his start in professional baseball in 1949 when he signed on to play the Chicago Cubs' AAA team.
Source: Indians Sign Eddie RosarioEddie Rosario has gone from hammering to helping the Indians.
Twins Sign Reliever Robles To $2 Million, 1-Year DealThe Twins announced the signing Tuesday, bringing in a former closer who struggled through the pandemic-shortened 2020 season.
Minnesota Twins Decline Sergio Romo's $4.75M OptionThe 37-year-old was 1-2 with a 4.05 ERA and five saves in 24 games during his second season with Minnesota. He struck out 23 and walked seven in 20 innings.
A Couple Bad Days Ended MLB Seasons This PostseasonFor good baseball teams that endured months of semi-quarantine, COVID-19 protocols and eerily quiet stadiums, watching a season end in less than 36 hours was brutal.
Donaldson Out, Buxton In On Twins' Wild Card Game RosterThe Twins released their roster for their match against the Houston Astros, and Donaldson is not listed. He missed the final two games of the season after suffering a calf injury on Friday.
Twins Beat Reds 7-3, Clinch Home Field In First RoundThere was no excited reaction Saturday night after the Minnesota Twins guaranteed they’ll be at home when the postseason begins Tuesday.
Reds Beat Twins 7-2, Clinch First Playoff Spot Since 2013Mike Moustakas homered twice, Freddy Galvis hit a solo shot and the Cincinnati Reds clinched their first playoff spot since 2013, beating the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins 7-2 Friday night.
Former Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire Announces RetirementAfter nearly three seasons managing the Detroit Tigers, Ron Gardenhire announced his immediate retirement Saturday to focus on his health. He previously had a 13-year run with the Minnesota Twins that included six AL Central titles.
Cubs Edge Twins 1-0 For 5th Straight WinKyle Hendricks tossed eight innings of three-hit, shutout ball to outduel Rich Hill, and the Chicago Cubs edged the Minnesota Twins 1-0 on Friday night for their fifth straight win.
With 3 Homers, Twins Slow Down White Sox 5-1Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano each hit a two-run homer, and the Minnesota Twins denied the Chicago White Sox a chance to clinch their first playoff berth in 12 years with a 5-1 victory Wednesday night.