6:55 AM EDT, Fri June 22, 2018
NESN.com 13 hours ago
Rick Porcello Able To Utilize All Pitches In Thursday’s Win Vs. Twins

Rick Porcello Able To Utilize All Pitches In Thursday’s Win Vs. Twins

Rick Porcello pitched a gem Thursday afternoon. The Red Sox righty tossed seven scoreless innings while striking out five in... Read More »
The Republican 14 hours ago

Rick Porcello retires 16 straight, allows 1 hit in Boston Red Sox win; Mookie Betts, Andrew Benintendi homer

Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi both homered. The Red Sox won 9-2 over the Twins to salvage the final game of the series. Boston went 6-4 on its road trip.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 14 hours ago

Rick Porcello, Red Sox shut down Twins 9-2

After winning the first two games of the three-game series, the Twins managed only four hits off Boston pitchers.
NESN.com 14 hours ago

Red Sox Wrap: Boston’s Bats, Rick Porcello’s Gem Lead 9-2 Win Vs. Twins

The Boston Red Sox’s bats came alive Thursday afternoon in Minnesota as they ran away with a 9-2 win over... Read More »
SportsDay 14 hours ago
Five things to know about the Minnesota Twins, who face Rangers with ailing offensive standouts

Five things to know about the Minnesota Twins, who face Rangers with ailing offensive standouts

Five things to know about the Minnesota Twins, who open a three-game series against the Texas Rangers on Friday at Target Field: The Twins have won consecutive series against Boston and Cleveland, going 4-2 in that stretch. Minnesota beat two top-rank starters in that span: Boston's Chris Sale and Cleveland's Corey Kluber, of Coppell. Minnesota could be without offensive sparkplugs Eduardo Escobar and Eddie Rosario for this series. Escobar came out of a loss to Boston on Thursday after being hit on the right elbow by a pitch. Escobar leads the majors in doubles with 32 and is batting, 386...

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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago

Gibson: Slider felt better as game went on

Twins righthander Kyle Gibson says he felt fine late in his start Thursday, his slider was getting better, and he wanted to stay in the game for the sixth inning.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 18 hours ago

Eddie Rosario scratched from lineup as Twins go for sweep of Red Sox

The left fielder's throwing shoulder is sore, but the Twins don't believe the injury is serious. Robbie Grossman will play left field,
Puckett's Pond 19 hours ago

The Minnesota Twins should trade for J.T. Realmuto

This is a critical point of the season for the Minnesota Twins. As we inch closer to the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline, the next few weeks will determine whether the Twins will be buyers or sellers on this year’s trade market. Whether the Minnesota Twins are buying or selling, one player they should at least […] The Minnesota Twins should trade for J.T. Realmuto - Pucketts Pond - Pucketts Pond - A Minnesota Twins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Twinkie Town 23 hours ago
Thursday Twins: Addison Reed is no longer the set up man

Thursday Twins: Addison Reed is no longer the set up man

Also, Miguel Sano’s biggest weakness, Sports page nihilism, hot Eds, and inspiring children Addison Reed is apparently no longer the set up man. The Twins are moving him to lower leverage situations in an effort to “reset” him. Apparently he is a cyborg or something? No word yet on who will be stepping up into those spots. Knowing this team, it will probably be Matt Belisle or something, right? Chris Hine points out the major flaw in Miguel Sano’s game — He is really, really, really bad at hitting sliders, and other teams know it. There are a bunch of good quotes from Twins’...

Kepler’s home run, diving catch seal win

Twins outfielder Max Kepler broke out of a slump with a home run on Wednesday.

Two down, one to go for Twins to sweep Red Sox

The Twins got a home run and a diving catch from Max Kepler, and a strong performance by the bullpen, to beat Boston on Wednesday. Now they look to sweep the Red Sox in the three game series.
Twinkie Town Jun 21, 2018
Twins 4, Red Sox 1: Kepler provides fireworks at the plate and in the field

Twins 4, Red Sox 1: Kepler provides fireworks at the plate and in the field

Lance Lynn and the bullpen hold Sox to 4 hits The night got started off with a bang on a lead-off home run by Robbie Grossman batting at the top of the order. Twins starter Lance Lynn only gave up one unearned run coming on a throwing error by Logan Morrison in the 2nd. Despite walking five and letting the lead-off man get on in four of his five innings of work, Lynn got the outs he needed and keeping the Sox off the board. He was pulled after his pitch count started to get high, got got through the 5th and qualified for the win. Max Kepler hit a two-run dinger to right off Sox starter...

Two homers help power Twins vs. Red Sox

Robbie Grossman hit a solo shot and Max Kepler a two-run blast in the fourth to break a 1-1 tie.
NESN.com Jun 20, 2018

Red Sox Wrap: Boston’s Offense Goes Silent In 4-1 Loss To Twins

After a frustrating start to their series against the Minnesota Twins, it was deja vu all over again for the... Read More »

Twins' Eddie Rosario, Eduardo Escobar should be All-Stars

Neither had can’t-miss profiles when the Twins acquired them, but they have carried the team.
NESN.com Jun 20, 2018

Red Sox Vs. Twins Lineup: David Price Starts, Eduardo Nunez Sits

The Boston Red Sox look to bounce back from their series-opening loss to the Minnesota Twins in the second contest... Read More »
Puckett's Pond Jun 20, 2018

Minnesota Twins: Has Addison Reed fallen out of favor?

With a 32-37 record, the Minnesota Twins playoff hopes are fading fast. For this team to get back into the AL Central race, they’ll need more from all 25 players in the clubhouse. One player that the Minnesota Twins need to get things back on the right track is Addison Reed. However, after reading this […] Minnesota Twins: Has Addison Reed fallen out of favor? - Pucketts Pond - Pucketts Pond - A Minnesota Twins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Call to the Pen Jun 20, 2018

Pair of Minnesota Twins are buying into the flyball revolution

  The Minnesota Twins have had a rough year. However, Eddie Rosario and Eduardo Escobar are breaking out by adding launch to their games. The Minnesota Twins are having somewhat of a disappointing 2018 season. After shocking the world and grabbing the second AL Wild Card last year, the expectation was that the team would […] Pair of Minnesota Twins are buying into the flyball revolution - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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    Eddie Rosario

    Eddie Rosario scratched from lineup as Twins go for sweep of Red Sox

  • 4 Kyle Gibson

    Kyle Gibson

    Gibson: Slider felt better as game went on

  • 1 Eduardo Escobar

    Eduardo Escobar

    Five things to know about the Minnesota Twins, who face Rangers with ailing offensive standouts

  • 1 Miguel Sano

    Miguel Sano

    Thursday Twins: Addison Reed is no longer the set up man

  • 1 Joe Mauer

    Joe Mauer

    Red Sox notebook: Dramatic shift helps outfield foil Joe Mauer

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