6:52 AM EDT, Thu September 03, 2015
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 7 hours ago

Twins keep rolling with shutout victory over White Sox

Trevor Plouffe’s two-run double in the eighth inning gave the Twins some insurance after Miguel Sano clubbed another homer early.
Northwest Herald 5 hours ago

White Sox bats fail Rodon in loss to Twins

MINNEAPOLIS – White Sox rookie Carlos Rodon was good enough to keep his team in the game Wednesday night.
Chicago Tribune 12 hours ago

White Sox Game Day: Robin Ventura shakes up lineup

White Sox manager Robin Ventura shook up his lineup Wednesday for the second game of the Sox's series against the Twins at Target Field. Rookie Tyler Saladino will play shortstop and lead off and rookie Trayce Thompson will play in center field, while Alexei Ramirez and Adam Eaton receive the day...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Milone goes seven strong innings

Twins lefthander Tommy Milone dominated White Sox on Wednesday.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 8 hours ago

Twins' Miguel Sano inserts himself into rookie of the year race

The Twins' Miguel Sano was happy to win the American League Rookie of the Month Award for August, but he sounded far from satisfied.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 7 hours ago

Minnesota Twins blank White Sox as Miguel Sano homers again

Miguel Sano can't run right now. He really can't even jog. An MRI on Wednesday revealed the Twins' designated hitter has a mild strain in his

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Postgame: Gomez's aggressiveness helped the Twins

Nunez hits a milestone home run; Santana wasn't tipping pitches, as far as Twins could tell.

Twins 7, Houston 5

Gallery: The Twins beat the Houston Astros 7-5 at Target Field on Sunday afternoon, winning two of the three-game series.

Santana tried to keep pressure off

Twins righthander Ervin Santana says he knows Twins' starting pitching, and his own, had been bad lately, but he tried to keep from letting that put additional pressure on himself.

Santana, Twins find groove vs. Astros

The righthander pitched seven innings and earned his first victory since July 23.

Postgame: Gomez's aggressiveness helped the Twins

Nunez hits a milestone home run; Santana wasn't tipping pitches, as far as Twins could tell

Santana makes fourth attempt at first Target Field win

Veteran righthander hasn't won a game in August, but Molitor is optimistic he's made critical changes

Pelfrey says blame is his for Twins loss

Twins righthander Mike Pelfrey says his fastball command deserted him, and he is to blame for Twins' 4-1 loss Saturday.

Supposedly stingy Twins hurt themselves overspending

They overspent on four players, and it’s hurting.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug 29, 2015
Twins shut down by Astros, 4-1

Twins shut down by Astros, 4-1

Twins manager Paul Molitor felt warranted for sticking with Byron Buxton despite a horrid last two games offensively.
Houston Chronicle Aug 29, 2015

Mike Fiers leads Astros to 4-1 victory over Twins

MINNEAPOLIS – As he expected heading into his outing Saturday night at Target Field, Astros righthander Mike Fiers couldn’t match Johnny Vander Meer’s record for no-hitters in consecutive starts. Fiers settled for a 4-1 victory over the Twins before a sellout crowd of 38,876 in his first start since he threw a no-hitter against the

Pelfrey erratic, Twins waste prime chances in loss to Houston

The Twins were 1-for-14 with runners in scoring position Saturday in a 4-1 loss to the Astros.

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