5/16/2013 | Target Field preparing to host 2013 Big Ten tournament
The 2013 Big Ten Conference baseball tournament is coming to Target Field. It marks the first time the tournament, which will be held May 22-25, will be played at a Major League ballpark.
5/16/2013 | MRI clean, Twins' Wood seeks second opinion
An MRI on Twins right-hander Tim Wood's shoulder came back clean Thursday, and the 30-year-old reliever will fly to Minneapolis to get a second opinion.
5/15/2013 | Amid much chatter, Buchholz eyes 7-0 start
Through all of the controversy revolving around him, Clay Buchholz has amassed a sterling 6-0 record and 1.69 ERA through eight starts. The Red Sox right-hander will face off with a powerful Twins offense in Friday's opener.
5/15/2013 | Pelfrey takes step back in loss to White Sox
Mike Pelfrey saw his streak of quality starts end at two, as he struggled against the White Sox during the Twins' 9-4 loss at Target Field.
5/15/2013 | Dozier, Plouffe get a break in finale
The Twins gave second baseman Brian Dozier and third baseman Trevor Plouffe a rest in the series finale against the White Sox on Wednesday afternoon.
5/15/2013 | Morneau has hot bat, but glove wowing Twins
Justin Morneau was impressive again at the plate against the White Sox on Tuesday night with three hits, but it was his defense that caught the eye of Twins manager Ron Gardenhire.
5/15/2013 | Flowers positive he tagged Morneau out at plate
White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers was convinced he tagged out Justin Morneau not once, but twice, in the fifth inning of Chicago's 4-2 win over Minnesota on Tuesday. The replays seem to back him up, too.
5/14/2013 | White Sox out to continue success at Target Field
The White Sox are looking to get on a roll and win a series -- their first since taking two of three from Texas from April 30-May 2 -- on Wednesday in the rubber game of a three-game set with the Twins. Chicago righty Dylan Axelrod seeks his first win of the season, opposing Minnesota righty Mike Pelfrey at Target Field.
5/14/2013 | Club hopes breakout game gets Hicks clicking
With a breakout game against the White Sox on Monday, the Twins are hoping rookie Aaron Hicks can get on a roll. Hicks, who entered Monday's game with a .137 average and one homer, had his best game in the Majors, hitting two homers and robbing a potential game-tying homer in center with a leaping catch.
5/14/2013 | Morneau, Mauer spearheading offensive surge
After struggling to score runs in April, the Twins have caught fire offensively in May behind Justin Morneau and Joe Mauer. Minnesota is tied with Detroit with the most runs scored in baseball this month, with 76 in 13 games.
5/14/2013 | Twins-Angels makeup game set for Sept. 9
The Twins' postponed game on April 17 against the Angels at Target Field will be made up on Monday, Sept. 9 at 6:10 p.m. CT, the club announced Tuesday.
5/14/2013 | Correia runs out of gas in eighth, while bats can't rally
Kevin Correia was solid, but gave up a pair of solo homers early in the game and two runs in the eighth inning to hand the Twins a 4-2 loss to the White Sox on Tuesday night at Target Field.
5/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/13/2013 | Twins unveil throwback jerseys for May 30 game
The Twins unveiled their 1948 St. Paul Saints throwback jerseys on Monday for their "Turn Back The Clock" game against the Brewers on May 30 at Target Field.
5/13/2013 | Florimon, Hicks feeling better, return to lineup
After dealing with minor injuries, shortstop Pedro Florimon and center fielder Aaron Hicks both returned to the Twins' lineup on Monday against the White Sox.
5/13/2013 | Pitchers take early BP, with focus on bunting
Twins pitchers took early batting practice for the first time this year Monday in preparation for their upcoming Interleague games in Atlanta and Milwaukee. As manager Ron Gardenhire pointed out, the Twins added three pitchers this year who previously only pitched in the NL in Kevin Correia, Vance Worley and Mike Pelfrey.
5/13/2013 | Hicks' huge night propels Twins past rival White Sox
Rookie Aaron Hicks had his best game as a big leaguer, homering twice and robbing what would've been a game-tying home run with a leaping catch in center field, helping lead the Twins to a 10-3 win over the White Sox on Monday night at Target Field.
5/13/2013 | On a roll, Twins aim to keep White Sox reeling
Unlike last year, the Twins are off to a much better start in 2013, both overall and against the White Sox. A victory on Tuesday night would be Minnesota's fourth against Chicago in as many tries this season and would match last season's total. Twins right Kevin Correia will oppose White Sox righty Jake Peavy at Target Field.
5/13/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 13
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/12/2013 | Krejci honored on Sunday as Twins' Honorary Bat Girl
Cheri Krejci was the primary caregiver for her parents as they endured battles with cancer, so she knew what she was up against when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. Krejci was honored on the field on Mother's Day as the Twins' Honorary Bat Girl.
5/12/2013 | Parmelee, Twins wear 'flashy' pink Mother's Day gear
Chris Parmelee, Brian Dozier and Wilkin Ramirez were three of hundreds of MLB players who used pink bats made by Louisville Slugger, the Official Bat of Major League Baseball, stamped with the MLB breast cancer awareness logo.
5/12/2013 | Santiago, White Sox look to slow down Minnesota
The Twins' bats have come alive this month, as the club ranks among the American League leaders in runs scored and doubles, and White Sox left-hander Hector Santiago will take the mound in the series opener on Monday. Pedro Hernandez starts for Minnesota.
5/12/2013 | Perkins healthy, ready to return as closer
After being unavailable for two games with soreness in his left side, Twins closer Glen Perkins threw before Sunday's game against the Orioles and said he was cleared to return to action.
5/12/2013 | Hicks, Florimon get breathers on Sunday
Center fielder Aaron Hicks and shortstop Pedro Florimon were both held out of the lineup with minor injuries on Sunday against the Orioles.
5/12/2013 | Offense can't overcome Diamond's rough outing
Scott Diamond allowed six runs and walked three in 5 2/3 frames, and the Twins couldn't solve the Orioles' pitching in a 6-0 loss in the rubber match on Sunday.
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