11:25 PM EDT, Sun May 20, 2018

Postgame: Logan Morrison looks forward to playing first base this week

Jake Odorizzi makes his high fastball more effective by throwing low fastballs for strikes; Big Fella returns to Minnesota.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Morrison: A HR anywhere else, but oh well

Twins first baseman Logan Morrison says his tie-breaking double off the right field wall Sunday would have been a home run in any park but Target Field, “but oh well.”
Puckett's Pond 4 hours ago

Minnesota Twins: Joe Mauer DL stint provides right time to promote Jake Cave

The Minnesota Twins offense has been struggling for most of 2018. Making it the perfect time to see what Jake Cave can do with his bat in the majors. The Minnesota Twins have hit a stretch where they simply cannot stay healthy. That has made it impossible for them to roll out their ideal lineup. […] Minnesota Twins: Joe Mauer DL stint provides right time to promote Jake Cave - Pucketts Pond - Pucketts Pond - A Minnesota Twins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Odorizzi: Blister didn’t bother me much

Twins righthander Jake Odorizzi says he developed a blister on his pitching hand Sunday, but “I’ve dealt with them a lot in my career.”
Twinkie Town 5 hours ago
Twins 3, Brewers 1: Odorizzi fans 10, Morrison delivers

Twins 3, Brewers 1: Odorizzi fans 10, Morrison delivers

Jake Odorizzi gave the Twins a good chance to win, and Logan Morrison came through in the clutch. Today the Twins, looking to avoid a sweep, turned to Jake Odorizzi to give them a chance to win, and that’s exactly what he did. The Twins had a tough time scoring against Junior Guerra, but finally broke through in the 5th inning. Byron Buxton singled, then advanced to 3rd on a stolen base and throwing error while Brian Dozier struck out. LHP Dan Jennings was brought in to face Max Kepler, who singled up the middle to score the first run of the game. Kepler entering this game was hitting...