Phil Miller

Reporter | University of Minnesota football
Phone: 612-839-3827
Phil has covered college football, basketball, the NBA (Utah Jazz) and major-league baseball (Minnesota Twins) since for more than 20 years.

Recent content from Phil Miller

Twins notes: Perkins one of many injured

On a night when Twins fans received Glen Perkins bobbleheads, the real thing was experiencing pain when he made the...

Updated: September 06, 2014, - 11:47 PM

Twins rally against Angels, but lose the game late

Against the best team in baseball, the Twins rallied four times before falling to the Angels 7-6 in 10 innings.

Updated: September 06, 2014, - 07:00 AM

Twins minor league hitting coordinator Springman won't be retained

The Twins decided to sever their ties to the long-time instructor and will not offer Bill Springman a contract for 2015.

Updated: September 06, 2014, - 01:16 AM

Class AAA Rochester's Glynn is one inventive manager

Gene Glynn’s collection of souvenirs from his life in sports is already an eclectic one. He’s got a Mr. Basketball...

Updated: September 02, 2014, - 08:07 AM

Twins' batch of Sept. 1 call-ups won't be what fans had hoped for

The Twins are going to promote some prospects, but none named Buxton, Sano or Meyer.

Updated: September 01, 2014, - 08:24 AM

Another dud for Nolasco as Twins fall to Baltimore again

The Orioles teed off on the righthander to the tune of eight runs and 12 hits in five-plus innings.

Updated: September 01, 2014, - 08:22 AM

Gibson better but Twins bullpen can't contain Orioles

Brian Duensing and Jared Burton both entered a tie game in Camden Yards, and both surrendered the lead, sending Minnesota to its sixth loss in seven games.

Updated: August 31, 2014, - 12:25 AM

Was All-Star pressure a factor for Mauer's early-season slump?

Twins manager Ron Ron Gardenhire said Joe Mauer was pressing at the start of this season as the All-Star Game at Target Field approached.

Updated: August 30, 2014, - 12:20 AM

May's woes continue, gives up grand slam in Twins loss

The Orioles built an 8-0 lead in the fifth inning against rookie Trevor May, who struck out eight but struggled as the game went on.

Updated: August 30, 2014, - 12:12 AM

Twins keep their cool, score big in 10th to stop four-game slide

Bruce Chen allowed six runs in the 10th and the Twins left Kansas City with an 11-5 victory despite Alex Gordon’s best efforts to make it a Royals sweep.

Updated: August 29, 2014, - 09:19 AM

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