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Team W L Pct. GB Indians 69 56 .552 - Twins 65 61 .516 4.5 Royals 64 61 .512 5.0 Tigers 54 71 .432 15.0 White Sox 49 76 .392 20.0
Last updated: 08/24/2017
Down On The FarmTexas Rangers No. 8 prospect Chris Seise singled four times and drove in a run as Spokane held off Tri-City, 8-7, on Wednesda...Dodgers 20th-round pick Donovan Casey went 4-for-6 and tied his career high with four RBIs on Wednesday night, helping Rookie...After a dropped third strike in the seventh inning, Miami Marlins No. 16 prospect Ryan Lillie fanned seven in two hitless inn...Minnesota Twins No. 7 prospect Felix Jorge scattered five hits and a walk over six innings in Rochester's 1-0 win over Scrant...Royals No. 9 prospect Josh Staumont tossed seven hitless innings Wednesday, yielding one run on five walks with eight strikeo...Belting two home runs and collecting seven RBIs in Lakewood's 14-0 rout of Hagerstown, Philadelphia Phillies prospect Darick ...The Kernels won 5-3 at Kane County in 10 innings on Wednesday night. Cedar Rapids pushed across three runs in the 10th inning...A's prospects Zack Erwin and Joseph Camacho combined on Class A Beloit's first nine-inning no-hitter since 1996 as the Snappe...Red Sox prospect Ryan Scott smacked his second grand slam in as many days to extend his home run streak to four games as Clas...
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- What you need to know for Players Weekend (MIN Homepage News)
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- Bold bats will fit in nicely on Players Weekend (MIN Homepage News)
- Trio of HRs help Twins maintain 2nd Wild Card (MIN Homepage News)
- Twins name Gee fifth starter, DFA Melville (MIN Homepage News)
- Gibson wriggles out of trouble, fires masterpiece (MIN Homepage News)
- Dozier's surge reminiscent of '16's hot 2nd half (MIN Homepage News)
- Twins split on South Side, lead for 2nd WC (MIN Homepage News)
- Polanco's two homers fill Twins' power void (MIN Homepage News)
- Lewis hits first homer for Cedar Rapids (MIN Homepage News)
- Late comeback comes up run short in Game 1 (MIN Homepage News)
- Sano favors 'Boqueton' for Players Weekend (MIN Homepage News)
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Twins Territory BlogsA recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from August 23rd, 2017. Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings 5, Scranto...The White Sox shocked the Twins with two late runs, including a walk-off single from Tim Anderson in the ninth inning in a 4-...The Twins have a big name infielder on their Cedar Rapids farm club -- and I don't mean Royce Lewis. Joe Cronin was a ...Twins catcher Jason Castro left Wednesday's game against the White Sox in the sixth inning and was being evaluated for concus...Twins fans, players, still reeling from the shock. For the first time in 2017, the Minnesota Twins bullpen lost a game ...On his walk back to his locker after his postgame shower, rookie reliever Trevor Hildenberger made sure to walk by veteran ri...As the pennant races heat up near the end of the dog days of summer, the inaugural Players Weekend commences on Friday, conne...The Twins called up hard-throwing relief prospect John Curtiss on Wednesday, selecting his contract from Triple-A Rochester a...Twins righty Jose Berrios will take the mound Thursday in the last of a five-game set against the White Sox at Guaranteed Rat...It has been 133 years since a phenom named Pete Browning broke his bat in a game and received a custom-made replacement from ...A recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from August 22nd, 2017. Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings 4, Scranto...A storyline that has flown under the radar has been the lack of injuries this season. This season has been all over the...August 23 1906 – The “Hitless Wonders”, the White Sox, earn their 19th straight victory, defeating Washington, 4-1, in D.C. C...Washington Senators 2, Chicago White Sox 1  ...I get Travis Blankenhorn and Trey Cabbage confused. They are both left-handed hitting infielders drafted by ...Jorge Polanco, Kennys Vargas and Eddie Rosario homered to back a strong effort from right-hander Kyle Gibson and carry the Tw...Bullpen reinforcements continue to arrive from the minors. Big news coming from Mike Berardino, it sounds like righthan...After Monday's doubleheader that saw Tim Melville start Game 1 and Dillon Gee start in Game 2, the Twins decided on Tuesday t...10:48pm: Minnesota will select the contract of right-hander John Curtiss tomorrow as a corresponding roster move, reports Bol...Having failed to pitch out of the sixth inning in any of his three previous outings, right-hander Kyle Gibson was on thin ice...
1960's BaseballThis Week in 1960s Baseball (August 25, 1967) For the second time this month, Minnesota Twins right-hander Dean Chance pitched a no-hitter, this time beating the Cleveland Indians 2-1. ...This 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 ...
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Who says that there no tie games in baseball? In major league baseball, games end with tie scores only in rare cases when conditions make it impossible to continue play. A tie game does not count as a game in … Continue reading
9/5/1978 – The Twins Danny Ford costs his team a run during a 4-3 loss to the White Sox at Met Stadium. Trailing 4-0 in the seventh, Ford is on third with the bases loaded when Bombo Rivera singles, Ford … Continue reading
The Twins scored seven runs in the second inning and added 10 more runs in the fifth inning in their 18-9 win over the Chicago White Sox at US Cellular Field yesterday. It’s the third time in franchise history that the … Continue reading
That former Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano who frustrated Twins management and a lot of Twins fans and is now pitching for the Chicago White Sox holds the second longest streak in MLB of games started since 1990 without giving up … Continue reading
Who would have thunk it? The Twins have traded Francisco Liriano within the AL Central Division to the Chicago White Sox for minor league pitcher Pedro Hernandez and infielder Eduardo Escobar. I have not seen any previous reports of the … Continue reading
The Twins bullpen collapsed last night, allowing four runs in the seventh inning and five in the eighth as the White Sox rallied for an 11-4 victory. It was the third time this month that Minnesota’s hard-luck starter, Cole De Vries, … Continue reading
1964 – Gerry Arrigo pitches the Twins first ever one hitter when Mike Hershberger singles to right leading off the ninth inning and breaks up Arrigo’s no hit bid but the Twins prevail 2-0 over the White Sox at Met … Continue reading
June 24th has been an interesting day in Minnesota Twins history over the years, here are some of the events that occurred on this day. 1955– Harmon Killebrew hit his first major league homer, off lefty Billy Hoeft at Griffith … Continue reading
The 2012 first-year player draft will take place June 4-6 and begins with the first round and compensation round A on Monday, June 4, at 7 p.m. ET. The first night of the event will be broadcast live on MLB … Continue reading
The Twins starting pitching situation this year is in dire straights. Coming into the 2012 season the Twins starting pitchers were expected to be Scott Baker, Francisco Liriano, Carl Pavano, Nick Blackburn and Jason Marquis. Not a great group of … Continue reading