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

Offense lacks again in Twins' loss to San Francisco

The Twins’ four-hit night Saturday wasted Sam Deduno’s strong outing.

Updated: May 25, 2014, - 09:03 AM

Twins' dip in walks has resulted in fewer runs

The Twins drew a half-dozen or more walks 13 times between Opening Day and May 1, but the free passes have dried up.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 11:56 PM

MLB Insider: Disabled list has derailed once-powerful Rangers

The Twins and Rangers entered Saturday with an identical number of victories; the same fits-and-starts frustration over the difficulty in...

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 07:53 PM

Twins' Parmelee was down, out and now back up again

Chris Parmelee has resurfaced after nearly becoming a former Twin. His stats slowly have come around during this stint in the big leagues.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 08:39 AM

Efficient Fien has been on a roll out of Twins bullpen

The setup man has stopped trying to get strikeouts.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 08:34 AM

Gibson's road struggles continue as Twins fall to Giants

Kyle Gibson gave up a pair of home runs, and the Twins couldn’t knock out Tim Lincecum at AT&T Park.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 08:14 AM

Mauer sees parallels in Giants' Posey

Joe Mauer arrived at AT&T Park on Friday as the role model, in many fans’ minds, of what should be done with Buster Posey.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 12:53 AM

Twins notes: Escobar's bat shows some pop

Trevor Plouffe leads the AL in doubles with 18, which is surprising enough. But the identity of the guy who's second is a surprise to many.

Updated: May 22, 2014, - 07:48 AM

Hughes shuts down Padres as Twins sweep two-game series

The righthander threw seven shutout innings vs. the Padres and again did not walk a batter.

Updated: May 22, 2014, - 07:42 AM

Correia sharp, Twins open road trip with victory over Padres

Kevin Correia baffled the Padres in five of six innings and got help from two home runs, including a "weird" inside-the-park home run by catcher Kurt Suzuki.

Updated: May 21, 2014, - 07:25 AM

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