10:42 AM EDT, Wed May 23, 2018

Berrios: That’s our Puerto Rican style

Twins righthander Jose Berrios, who pitched eight innings Monday, says Eddie Rosario’s aggressiveness is “our Puerto Rican style right there.”

Postgame: Max Kepler's tie-breaking run overruled by replay challenge

Jose Berrios thought the Tigers knew what was coming; Twins fans may have misidentified their former manager.

Jose Berrios dominant over eight innings as Twins top Tigers 4-2

Two eighth-inning runs made the difference for the second game in a row.

Postgame: Fernando Rodney extends scoreless streak to eight innings

Twins' closer hasn't allowed a run since his New York disaster; Jose Berrios credits bullpen work for sharper curveball.

Berrios: Work on curveball paid off

Twins righthander Jose Berrios says, through interpreter Elvis Martinez, that his emphasis on fixing his curveball between starts paid off during a two-hitter against St. Louis on Tuesday.
Twinkie Town May 15, 2018
Twins 4, Cardinals 1: Ladies and Gentleman: Bobby Wilson

Twins 4, Cardinals 1: Ladies and Gentleman: Bobby Wilson

Jose Berrios’s gem is won on the back of some random lumberjack the Twins found in the woods. Jose Berrios was coming off of 3 consecutive underwhelming starts, but when he’s on his game his curveball is so good that other teams are lobbying to force the Twins to give it its own roster spot. Today? Today he was very very extra-special on. Both Berrios and Cardinal’s starter Jack Flaherty pitched very nice games, giving up only one run each. It was the Cardinals who struck first, getting a run off of Berrios in the 3rd with two singles that sandwiched a groundball out. Delicious!...

Jose Berrios, Byron Buxton rise up to help Twins beat Cardinals

Jose Berrios’ overpowering fastball and Byron Buxton’s uncontainable speed played critical roles Tuesday as the Twins beat the Cardinals for the fifth straight meeting, 4-1 at Target Field
Twinkie Town May 11, 2018
Javier out, Lohse retires, Sano (slowly) recovers

Javier out, Lohse retires, Sano (slowly) recovers

What’s news in Twins Territory: If you had to go to bed because you had MCAs in the morning, Minnesota’s winning streak ended at five last night. The main takeaway is that Jose Berrios is still working through some shit as regards his breaking ball. Here’s LaVelle: Molitor pulled Berrios because of he was struggling with his breaking ball.According to Brooks Baseball, Berrios got a 20.6 whiff percentage on the pitch in April. He did not get a single swing and miss on Thursday.— LaVelle E. Neal III (@LaVelleNeal) May 11, 2018 Highly-touted and excellently-named Twins SS...
Twinkie Town May 11, 2018
Angels 7, Twins 4: Berrios’ struggles continue

Angels 7, Twins 4: Berrios’ struggles continue

Winning streak ends at five. Jose Berrios’ breaking ball wasn’t working, and the offense wasn’t able to compensate enough, as the Los Angeles Angels snagged a 7-4 victory over the Twins on Thursday night. The Twins young ace, who has struggled ever since the team’s Puerto Rico trip, did not return to form out west. Ian Kinsler teed off on a hanging curve with a man on in the second, then Justin Upton teed off harder on another hanging curve in the third to make the score 3-0. Back-to-back doubles from Albert Pujols and Shohei Ohtani made it 4-0 later in the third. The Minnesota...

Postgame: Jose Berrios "wasn't that good," he says, but happy to win

Jose Berrios earned his third victory of the season, but only after allowing runs in three of the first four innings he pitched.

Berrios: 1-2-3 sixth inning felt good

Twins righthander Jose Berrios says he wasn’t satisfied with his performance on Friday, but it ended with a string sixth inning, which helped.
Twinkie Town May 3, 2018
Series Preview: Twins at White Sox, maybe they’ll actually play all the games this time

Series Preview: Twins at White Sox, maybe they’ll actually play all the games this time

And hopefully the Twins can keep their one-game winning streak going. After a frustrating home stand the Twins are flying out on a high note, and heading south-east to Guaranteed Rate Field to face the White Sox, who are 8-20. The Twins are 10-16, but still just 4.5 games behind Cleveland for the AL Central lead. As you may remember, these two teams were scheduled to meet in Minneapolis in mid-April, but three out of the four games were postponed due to an unseasonable snow storm. Minnesota won the one game they did play with a strong outing by Jose Berrios shutting out the Pale Hose. Jake...
Twinkie Town Apr 29, 2018
Reds 8, Twins 2: Jose Berrios wasn’t too great today

Reds 8, Twins 2: Jose Berrios wasn’t too great today

Berrios didn’t have a great day. More importantly, who the hell is Matt Magill? Jose Berrios started for the Twins today against the Cincinnati Reds at Target Field. As expected, the Twins sucked an entire ass. They seem to be in to that lately. Berrios only lasted 3.0 innings, and then was relieved by Tyler Rogers, who didn’t do much better. The former have up four runs, while the later gave up three. It wasn’t pretty. After that, MATT MAGILL CAME IN TO PITCH FOR THE TWINS AND WHO IN THE ENTIRE FUCKING WORLD IS “MATT MAGILL”? I have LITERALLY never heard of this person. Like,...

Berrios: Couldn’t control the fastball

Twins righthander Jose Berrios says he had no command of his fastball Sunday, leading to his shortest start of the season and an 8-2 loss to the Reds.

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