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Hughes picks up his fourth win

Twins righthander Phil Hughes gave up two Dustin Pedroia home runs but shut down the rest of the Boston lineup Wednesday.
The Republican May 27, 2015
Red Sox lineup: David Ortiz (.222 average) remains in the fifth spot; has had success vs. Phil Hughes

Red Sox lineup: David Ortiz (.222 average) remains in the fifth spot; has had success vs. Phil Hughes

In his career against Minnesota starting pitcher Phil Hughes, David Ortiz is 10 for 29 (.345 batting average) with a .412 on-base percentage, .655 slugging percentage, 1.067 OPS, two homers, seven RBIs, three doubles, four walks and six strikeouts.
Full Count | WEEI May 27, 2015

Wednesday’s Red Sox-Twins matchups: Rick Porcello vs. Phil Hughes

The Red Sox will send AL Central veteran Rick Porcello to the hill Wednesday to face longtime AL East pro Phil Hughes and the Twins in the finale of the three-game series. Porcello has faced adversity during his first year in a Red Sox uniform after coming over from the Tigers, posting a 4-3 record […]

Postgame Twinsights: Why Phil Hughes left after seven innings

CHICAGO --Phil Hughes won't lie to his bosses just to keep pitching. He essentially talked his way out of games with his brutal honesty on multiple occasions last season, his first with the Twins. When then manager Ron Gardenhire and then pitching coach Rick Anderson wanted to know if Hughes was tiring, he would admit when he was. The same dynamic chased the Twins' No. 1 starter from Friday's 3-2 loss at the Chicago White Sox after seven innings and just 89 pitches. "We talked to him and just decided that was enough," Twins manager Paul Molitor said of a […] The post Postgame Twinsights:...

Confident Twins ready to take on White Sox

Phil Hughes will attempt to win his fourth straight start as the Twins open a three-game series in the Windy City
Twinkie Town May 15, 2015

Twins Trip Rays, 3-2

Phil Hughes notches his third win of the season. Phil Hughes pitched seven strong innings, Brian Dozier contributed a home run and two RBIs, and Glen Perkins notched his 100th career save as the Twins edged the Rays 3-2 on Friday. Hughes allowed two runs in those seven innings, scattering five hits, striking out three and walking one.  It was 2-1 Rays in the bottom of the 7th, with Hughes unlikely to come out for the 8th after throwing 100 pitches, when Aaron Hicks led off the inning with a single.  Danny Santana followed with a triple to tie the game, and a Dozier sac fly gave the Twins...

Twins pregame: Phil Hughes goes for three in a row

The Twins are in town for a three-game homestand against the Rays, a matchup of teams doing better than expected

Hughes: Twins' streak fun, but I've got to be better

Twins righthander Phil Hughes says it's fun when team scores a lot, but he needs to pitch better than he did Saturday.

Twins 8, A's 7: Phil Hughes finally gets first win of season

Twins right-hander Phil Hughes has played the hard-luck loser often enough this season.
Twinkie Town May 4, 2015

Gamethread: A's @ Twins

Eddie Rosario has been called up but he'll be an extra tonight as Phil Hughes looks for his first win Athletics Nation Burns CF, Semien SS, Reddick RF, Butler DH, Vogt C, Davis 1B, Lawrie 3B, Canha LF, Sogard 2B, Hahn SP Minnesota Twins Dozier 2B, Hunter RF, MAuer 1B, Ploufe 3B, Suzuki C, Vargas DH, Escobar LF, Schafer CF, Santana SS, Hughes SP
Minnesota Twins: Phil Hughes set to start Monday against A's

Minnesota Twins: Phil Hughes set to start Monday against A's

Twins right-hander Phil Hughes was able to throw his normal side session Friday, two days after leaving his last start with a strained left hip flexor.

Hughes will start Monday for Twins, but more moves loom

Phil Hughes delivered the news Twins manager Paul Molitor was hoping for: he's good to go for his next scheduled start Monday. But before that, the Twins go for another win against the White Sox tonight.

Twinsights: 'Hughes the Force' promotion will feature namesake after all

Twins right-hander Phil Hughes was able to throw his normal side session on Friday, two days after leaving his last start with a strained left hip flexor. Hughes assured Twins manager Paul Molitor that he “aired it out” and was fine to make Monday’s scheduled start against the Oakland A’s. “Whatever happened happened that day (Wednesday), and it was real enough to have to do something about it,” Molitor said. “If it’s calmed down to a point … and he told me, ‘I’m good to go,’ I’m going to just trust in that.” Hughes, who has yet to miss a […] The post Twinsights:...

Hughes' hip got progressively worse

Twins righthander Phil Hughes says tightness in his hip Wednesday made it hard for him to finish pitches against the Tigers.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Apr 29, 2015
Twins: Phil Hughes diagnosed with 'mild' hip injury

Twins: Phil Hughes diagnosed with 'mild' hip injury

Twins starter Phil Hughes left Wednesday's game after five innings with what the team described as a mild left hip flexor strain.

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