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¡Thursday Thunder Dump!

¡Thursday Thunder Dump!

News of sorts, this week with an international flair Never Tell me the Odds According to Gaming Today, the Twins are 50:1 long shots to win the AL Central and 100:1 long shots to win the World Series. That’s not too bad considering they put the White Sox at 250:1 and 500:1 after they lost Chris Sale. Park Bangs Raise Hopes in ROK Two articles from Korea high hopes about Byung-Ho Park’s possibilities of staying in the Majors. This one, in English says, “He is displaying stellar performance anew like the 2014-2015 season when he had 50 homers the South Korean baseball league,” after...

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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago

Twins beat Phillies 4-2 as Molitor continues search for pitching candidates

Nick Tepesch gave up two runs in 3 2/3 innings, and is hoping to eventually gain a spot as a long reliever, even though he could start the season at Class AAA Rochester.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 20 hours ago

Twins relievers include one hard throwing prospect

With spots on the pitching staff at stake, NickTepesch gets his first start of camp as the Twins face the Phillies
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 21 hours ago

Pat Neshek stars in World Baseball Classic for his funky motion, eagle statue

The right-handed reliever is a Park Center High School product and former Twins draft pick, who has played for a number of teams since leaving Minnesota.

Hughes: A long bus ride for a very bad outing

Twins righthander Phil Hughes says his changeup was flat and his fastball was in the middle of the plate, resulting in a six-run, two-inning start again the Astros on Wednesday.

Phil Hughes has rocky outing in 8-4 Twins loss to Houston

Hughes gave up nine hits to the 15 batters that he faced over two innings, raising his spring training ERA to 6.75.

Phil Hughes on the mound, but no other Twins starters present vs. Astros

With several long trips pending, Paul Molitor has brought a skeletal roster to West Palm Beach.

Twins lose to Phillies 9-5; Gibson yields one run in five innings

Lefty reliever Buddy Boshers didn’t help his chances of making the team, giving up five runs in less than an inning of relief. Kyle Gibson gave up five hits and walked one during his starting stint.

Vogelsong looks to be leaving Twins

The righthander has a 7.27 ERA in camp and has given up five earned runs over his last two starts.

O'Rourke likely headed to DL with flexor pronator strain

Twins lefthander was in a battle to win a spot in the bullpen but will be shut down for at least a week

The burden of proof: Byron Buxton ready to show this will be his year for Twins

Wait for Buxton to meet high expectations might finally be over.

Tyler Duffey has best outing of spring training

Twins righthander was sharp for five innings on Monday

Duffey's battle to make the rotation continues against Blue Jays

Brian Dozier, who has four hits, including a home run, over his last two games, is on the trip to Dunedin.

Twins Rule 5 pick Justin Haley takes a beating from his former team

The Red Sox welcomed him back with four earned runs on five hits in two innings.

Thoughts on Twins making Tyler Jay, former sixth overall pick, being moved to the bullpen

Rule 5 pick Justin Haley is on the mound for the Twins as they face the Red Sox at Jet Blue Park

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    Phil Hughes

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    Brian Dozier

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    Trevor May

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    Joe Mauer

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