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Fantasy Update

May 23, 2017
KFFL
Minnesota Twins RHP Phil Hughes (shoulder) underwent an MRI Tuesday, May 23, and is set ...
May 22, 2017
KFFL
Minnesota Twins RHP Phil Hughes (biceps) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Monday, May ...
KFFL May 23, 2017

Twins | Phil Hughes to see specialist

Minnesota Twins RHP Phil Hughes (shoulder) underwent an MRI Tuesday, May 23, and is set ...

Gibson returns to Twins, faces Orioles and their MLB-best home record

Phil Hughes has been placed on the disabled list with inflammation in his right biceps.
KFFL May 22, 2017

Twins | Phil Hughes goes to DL

Minnesota Twins RHP Phil Hughes (biceps) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Monday, May ...

Twins righthander Phil Hughes was struggling before injury, but still a blow to staff

The Twins split a traditional doubleheader on Sunday to Kansas City as they completed their homestand. Now on to Baltimore, where more threatening weather is waiting for them
MLB Trade Rumors May 21, 2017

Injury Notes: Hughes, Cano, Cahill, Karns

Here are a few quick injury notes from around the league: The Twins have placed righty Phil Hughes on the DL with shoulder trouble, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press writes (all Twitter links). The extent of his current troubles aren’t yet known, although it’s worth noting that last year Hughes had season-ending shoulder surgery to relieve thoracic…
Twinkie Town May 21, 2017
Phil Hughes placed on DL with shoulder soreness

Phil Hughes placed on DL with shoulder soreness

Kyle Gibson will take Phil’s spot on the roster and start Monday night in Baltimore, as expected. Most Twins fans were expecting the Twins to recall Kyle Gisbon to start Monday night’s game in Baltimore, but no one was sure how the team would make room on the roster. Well, now we know: Phil Hughes is broken and he’s going on the DL. While that is sort of a surprise, it’s also sort of not. I hadn’t heard anything about an injury, but Phil Hughes has been pitching like poop lately. He started Game One of Sunday’s double header against the Royals and gave up five earned runs,...
Twinkie Town May 21, 2017
Royals 6, Twins 4: Hughes gives up a bunch of dingers

Royals 6, Twins 4: Hughes gives up a bunch of dingers

The offense couldn’t quite catch up after Hughes’ rough start. In game 1 of today’s doubleheader, Phil Hughes did not have his best stuff. The trouble started in the 2nd, when Salvador Perez hit a deep 2 run homer to left center to give the Royals a 2-0 lead. In the 4th, another 2 run homer, this time by Jorge Bonifacio made it 4-0. The next batter, Brandon Moss decided to join the fun and hit a solo homer to make it 5-0. Hughes did not pitch in the 5th, as Adam Wilk replaced him. The Twins finally decided to start scoring runs on Jake Junis. With 1 out, Jason Castro and Byron...

Hughes: Change and curve weren't working vs. Colorado

Twins righthander Phil Hughes says he realized early in Tuesday's game that his changeup and curveball weren't working, leaving him with just two pitches.

Who expected this? Twins vs. Rockies is matchup of first-place teams

Phil Hughes will try to become Minnesota's second five-game winner tonight, and keep the Twins atop the AL Central.
Twinkie Town May 16, 2017
Series Preview: First place Twins take on first place Rockies

Series Preview: First place Twins take on first place Rockies

The Colorado Rockies visit Target Field this week for only the second time in history. They are also good now? With a record of 19-15, the Minnesota Twins are first place in the AL Central—but want to know who’s also in first place? The Colorado Rockies. At 24-15, the Rockies are not only leading the NL West, but also have clearly had many fewer rain-outs than the Twins. That may all end tonight, as the Rockies will look to face the Twins at a pretty wet Target Field. If not rained-out (and I actually doubt it will be, since tomorrow’s forecast looks even worse), Phil Hughes will take...

Twins starter Jose Berrios shines in first start of the season, 4-1 victory over Indians

Back from the minors, the 22-year-old impressed with the best outing of his major league career.
Twinkie Town May 10, 2017
Twins at White Sox game postponed

Twins at White Sox game postponed

Rain will keep the Twins and White Sox from playing tonight, but that might be a good thing for Minnesota. Hate to be the bearer of “bad” news, but the Twins and White Sox won’t be playing tonight because it’s raining cats and dogs in Chicago. The game has been scheduled as part of a straight doubleheader (i.e., you can buy one ticket and see both games) to take place August 21st. I say this is “bad” news in quotations, because this could actually be a good thing for the Twins. Why? Several reasons: Phil Hughes will now start Thursday night instead of Nick Tepesch. It also...
Preview: Twins at White Sox

Preview: Twins at White Sox

Phil Hughes and the Twins take on the White Sox looking for their second straight win

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