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Apr 19, 2014
Rotoworld
Kevin Correia gave up five runs -- four earned -- in six innings Saturday in a loss to the Royals.
Rotoworld Apr 19, 2014

Kevin Correia loses to Royals - Kevin Correia (S) Minnesota Twins

Kevin Correia gave up five runs -- four earned -- in six innings Saturday in a loss to the Royals.

Correia: Helps if others pitch well

Twins starting pitcher Kevin Correia says watching other starters' success helps him pitch better.

Twinsights: Kevin Correia isn’t worried about rotation’s slow start

Back at the start of spring training, I wrote about how difficult it has been over the past decade and a half for baseball's worst starting rotations to improve overnight. Well, we're only a week into the 2014 season, but the Twins' $94 million rotation is right where its 2013 predecessors finished: last in the majors in earned run average. Kevin Correia's loss to Oakland on Monday left Twins starters a combined 1-3 with a 6.32 ERA through seven games. Just one of those... Read more..
Athletics 8, Twins 3: Upon further review, a home-opening loss

Athletics 8, Twins 3: Upon further review, a home-opening loss

Pardon Kevin Correia if he's not a big fan of expanded replay review.
Sacramento Bee Apr 7, 2014
Correia falters in Twins' home opener against A's

Correia falters in Twins' home opener against A's

Kevin Correia has found himself right in the middle of Major League Baseball's new replay system early this season. So far, he's not such a big fan. Oakland Athletics' Derek Norris rounds third base on a solo home run off Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kevin Correia during the sixth inning of a home opener baseball game in Minneapolis, Monday, April 7, 2014. Oakland Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss watches his two-run single off Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kevin Correia during the third inning of a home opener baseball game in Minneapolis, Monday, April 7,...

Correia: Couldn't get out of jams

Twins starter Kevin Correia says he's normally able to work himself out of trouble, but he made bad pitches in those situations Monday.
Athletics 8, Twins 3: Upon further review, a home-opening loss

Athletics 8, Twins 3: Upon further review, a home-opening loss

Pardon Twins right-hander Kevin Correia if he's not a big fan of expanded replay review.
Twinkie Town Apr 7, 2014

Recap: Twins 3, Athletics 8: A's Spoil Home Opener

The A's teed off on Correia scoring six runs on ten hits, spoiling the opener. Kevin Correia has the only quality start by a twins pitcher through seven games. Today, not so great. Correia surrendered ten hits, yielding five earned runs in the defeat. Oakland and Minnesota traded blows in the second and third innings. Yoenis Cespedes and Josh Reddick induced the scoring, before Aaron Hicks (bless his heart) hit an RBI double scoring Kurt Suzki cutting the lead in half. Yet, Oakland responded again with runs batted in from Brandon Moss and Alberto Callaspo making it 5-1, but the hottest...

Replay challenge chased Correia from game

Twins pitcher Kevin Correia says he could have stayed in Wednesday's game, but long delay for replay challenge in 7th caused Twins to take him out.

Twinsights: Kevin Correia looks forward to ‘reward’ of starting Monday’s home opener

CHICAGO -- In having right-hander Kevin Correia take the ball Wednesday in Game 2 of the regular season, the Twins made it possible (weather willing) for him to start Monday’s home opener against Oakland. While it might surprise some that the honor didn’t go to free-agent signee Phil Hughes, Correia’s solid 2013 debut season with the Twins was a factor in the decision. “I’m looking forward to it,” Correia said. “It’s always something fun to do. You know there’s a lot of excitement in the stadium that day -- first game of the season for the home fans. It’s nice to get......
St. Paul Pioneer Press Mar 27, 2014

Minnesota Twins: Kevin Correia sharp, but hitting woes continue

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Kevin Correia allowed one run in five innings during his final spring start Thursday night, but Twins hitters continued flailing away in a 4-1 loss to the Boston Red Sox at JetBlue Park.

Twinsights: Contract extension for Twins starter Kevin Correia was discussed

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Brian Dozier wasn’t the only Damon Lapa client for whom the Minnesota Twins considered a contract extension in recent weeks. According to a person with direct knowledge, they had even more substantive discussions regarding an extension for veteran right-hander Kevin Correia, whose two-year, $10 million contract is set to expire after this season. Correia, 33, led the 2013 Twins staff in starts and innings after leaving Pittsburgh to sign as a free agent. He made it known at the start of spring training that he was open to staying in the Twin Cities beyond this seas......

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