5:04 AM EDT, Tue August 30, 2016

Twins fall to season-worst 29 games under .500 after 8-5 loss to Tigers

Rookie Jose Berrios had the Twins down 6-0 after three innings

Twins postgame: Thoughts on Berrios and Duffey being sent to the minors

The Twins were swept in the three-game series by Detroit and now have lost seven straight games.

Mauer misses another start as Twins trying to avoid sweep

Jose Berrios is on the mound today as the Twins and Tigers wrap up a three games series at Target Field

Postgame: Molitor dismayed by base-running gaffes in loss to Tigers

Bad base running cost the Twins runs in Wednesday's loss to Detroit.

Buyng Ho Park's sour 'learning experience' season with Twins ends early

The first-year Twin needs surgery on his right hand.

Postgame: Molitor dismayed by base-running gaffes in loss to Tigers

Plouffe not to blame for double play that wasn't turned, manager says; Santiago will miss his next start

Why has Hector Santiago struggled so badly with the Twins?

Twins lefthander Hector Santiago was slated to make his fifth start for Minnesota on Friday in Toronto before a bruised thumb changed that plan. Given that the Blue Jays are second in MLB in home runs with 180 and have a preponderance of power hitting right handed batters, it might be a blessing. Those first four starts with the Twins since Santiago was dealt at the deadline for Ricky Nolasco and Alex Meyer? They’ve been bad enough to be considered a disaster. What looked three weeks ago like a trade that was not only addition by subtraction but genuinely intriguing given Santiago’s...

Park: Staying positive despite tough season

Twins rookie Byung Ho Park says he's learned a lot in his first season in U.S., and he's tried to stay positive despite disappointing results and season-ending wrist surgery.

Byung Ho Park to undergo season-ending wrist surgery Thursday

Nagging pain caused by possibly torn tendon closes a disappointing first U.S. season for Korean slugger

Tim Tebow to work out for Twins, other MLB teams next week

ESPN reported early Tuesday that Tim Tebow will work out for MLB teams next week in Los Angeles. And our own La Velle E. Neal checks in from a day off to report that the Twins have two scouts in the area — and that one or both are expected to attend the workout. That would put the Twins in the majority, since ESPN also reports there are expected to be more than 20 MLB teams represented. So if you’re a Twins fan who loves Tebow, don’t get your hopes up — at least for now. And if you’re a Twins fan who doesn’t love Tebow (or side shows), don’t worry — at least for now. The more...

Gibson: Tigers took some close pitches

Twins righthander Kyle Gibson says his so-so command Tuesday was exacerbated by Tigers' hitters ability to take close pitches.

Throwing 100 mph a rare feat by Twins pitchers - for now

The Twins don’t have a tradition of high-velocity pitchers, but that might change

Polanco's baserunning provides a run; Light makes his debut

Twins lose fifth straight game, longest skid since mid-June

Gibson and the Tigers know each other well

Twins righthander Kyle Gibson starts the first of a brief three-game homestand tonight vs. Detroit. It's his ninth career start against the Tigers.

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