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Team W L Pct. GB Indians 69 54 .561 - Twins 64 60 .516 5.5 Royals 62 61 .504 7.0 Tigers 54 69 .439 15.0 White Sox 48 75 .390 21.0
Last updated: 08/22/2017
Down On The FarmAstros No. 26 prospect Rogelio Armenteros carried a no-hitter into the seventh and struck out nine over seven one-hit innings...Dodgers prospect Ibandel Isabel homered twice and set a Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga record with eight RBIs in the Quake...Blue Jays first-round pick Nate Pearson spins three perfect innings to extend his career-opening scoreless streak to 13 in Cl...San Diego Padres prospect Hudson Potts drove in three runs and scored four for Class A Fort Wayne.A's No. 4 prospect Jorge Mateo laced a walk-off single in the ninth inning, capping his first three-hit game in his new organ...Rays No. 2 prospect Willy Adames drove in a career-high five runs, going 3-for-4 with a double and a walk on Friday, as Tripl...Kansas City Royals No. 2 prospect Khalil Lee recorded his first four-hit game, falling a triple shy of the cycle in Class A L...Tommy Field hit a grand slam in the 3rd inning and Kohl Stewart earned his first Triple-A win despite a rough 2nd inning and ...D-backs right-hander Frank Duncan carried a no-hit bid into the ninth inning, eventually allowing two hits and a run in Doubl...
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- Twins sweep D-backs behind early outburst (MIN Homepage News)
- Rosario rakes slam in Twins' 9-run first frame (MIN Homepage News)
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- Berrios avoids early pitfall, twirls 7 scoreless (MIN Homepage News)
- Big 4th, Berrios keep Twins tied for 2nd WC (MIN Homepage News)
- Cuddyer calls Twins HOF 'pinnacle' of career (MIN Homepage News)
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Twins Territory BlogsThe Twins and D-backs continue a three-game Interleague clash at Target Field on Saturday, with Minnesota right-hander Jose B...A recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from August 18th, 2017. Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings 10, Louisv...This is not satire. You’ve probably heard about Bartolo Colon batting by now. It’s one of the greatest things in ...Ever since he was a kid in the Dominican Republic, Miguel Sano has always been noticeable on the baseball field. Sano likes t...The Kernels wore these jerseys Friday to honor the University of Iowa Hawkeyes. I'm a University of M...It's no secret that Byron Buxton is one of MLB's fastest players, and he showed it with the second inside-the-park homer of h...Miguel Sano hit two home runs, and that wasn’t even the craziest thing in this game! The D-Backs got out to an early le...The Twins hit six homers to overcome a three-run deficit and back right-hander Ervin Santana in a 10-3 win over the D-backs i...This is the most hilarious almost-a-cycle attempt I’ve ever seen. On Friday night, Twins center fielder Byron Buxton ...D-backs bench coach Ron Gardenhire, a former Twins manager, sat on top of a bench and fielded questions from reporters before...Mary Reuland admitted that it was the most difficult phone call she has ever made in her life. Last December, exactly one day...Twins catcher Mitch Garver was the first player to arrive at Target Field on Friday. Garver, 26, wanted to soak it all in, as...Multiple reports say the top pitching prospect is on the short list of candidates to start Monday’s doubleheader in Chica...The Twins look to stay in contention this weekend in a series that features some tough pitching matchups and Bartolo Colo...In the wake of Robbie Grossman’s fractured thumb, the Twins are turning to one of their top organizational prospects. Catcher...A recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from August 17th, 2017. Triple-A: Columbus Clippers 4, Rochester...You get an MLB debut! And you get an MLB debut! And you get an MLB debut! During last night’s game , Robbie Gross...Washington Senators 6, Detroit Tigers 3 Day Disc...August 18 1918 – The Senators defeat the Browns for the first time at home this year, 2-1. Winner Jim Shaw pitches a 4 hitter...This Date In Washington Baseball History – August 18, 1942 On December 8, 1941, prompted by the Japanese attack on Pearl Harb...
1960's BaseballThis Week in 1960s Baseball (August 19, 1963) Known for his brute power rather than his speed on the base paths, Boston Red Sox first baseman Dick Stuart hit the second inside-the-park ...This Week in 1960s Baseball (August 16, 1963) The Baltimore Orioles today added a future Hall of Fame pitcher to their organization with the free-agent signing of right-hander Jim Palme...Glancing Back, and Remembering Ken Hunt In the right place, and at the right time, Ken Hunt was one of the American League’s most dangerous – and promising – hitters. What looked like i...This Week in 1960s Baseball (August 9, 1963) One loss shy of tying the major league record of 19 consecutive defeats in one season, New York Mets pitcher Roger Craig today switched his ...Glancing Back, and Remembering Joe Cunningham Joe Cunningham was a left-handed hitting outfielder-first baseman who sprayed line drives to every field and hit .280 or better each of his...
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Category Archives: Interviews
Back in early December I did an interview with former Twins pitcher Roger Erickson who pitched for Minnesota from 1978 until May of 1982 when the Twins traded him to the evil empire New York Yankees but for a variety … Continue reading
Kenneth Marvin Schrom was born in Grangeville, Indiana on November 23, 1954 and attended Grangeville High School where he earned 11 athletic letters and all-state honors in baseball, basketball and all-american honors in football. The Minnesota Twins drafted Schrom in … Continue reading
Recently I was lucky enough to have an opportunity to interview 1995 AL Rookie of the Year Marty Cordova. We talked about Marty’s nine-year big league career from the time he was drafted by Minnesota in the tenth round of the 1989 draft … Continue reading
Eddie Bane was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 22, 1952 but grew up in southern California not too far from Disneyland. Bane was offered a scholarship by coach Bobby Winkles and before he knew it he was pitching for the … Continue reading
William Richard Campbell (Soup) was born in Highland Park, Michigan on August 9, 1948 but grew up in the Panoma, California area. Campbell attended junior college after graduating from high school but left school in order to earn some money … Continue reading
Dave McCarty was born in Houston, Texas on November 23, 1969. Dave grew up playing the three major sports and attended Sharpstown High School in Houston. Like most Texas athletes, McCarty grew up thinking he would attend the University of Texas … Continue reading
Samuel Benedict Perlozzo was born in Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1951. Growing up in Maryland, Sam enjoyed playing football and baseball and was probably better known as a football player playing running back and safety but his lack of size … Continue reading
Please meet Gary Serum Gary Wayne Serum was born in Fargo, North Dakota on October 24, 1956 but grew up in the Alexandria, Minnesota area. Gary grew up playing basketball, baseball, and football but basketball was the game he really enjoyed. … Continue reading
Thomas Robert Lundstedt was born on April 10, 1949 in Davenport, Iowa . Tom grew up in Illinois and played the three major sports in high school and was a good enough basketball player to earn a scholarship to … Continue reading