Twins spring training
New Twins pitching coach Neil Allen comes from Tampa Bay, where he and the Rays were big believers in throwing changeups. Updated 7 minutes ago
The former Twins first baseman is disappointed he didn't claim the managerial job, but he will remain a key figure in the organization. “I’m crushed,” he said. “I thought I was ready.”
Updated Mar. 30, 2015
Neil Allen is taking over as the Twins pitching coach under new manager Paul Molitor. Updated 10:12 PM
Twins players who have participated in All-Star games. Scroll over each photo for details on each player.
|Boston - WP: K. Couch||11||FINAL|
|Tampa Bay - LP: C. Reavis||8|
|NY Yankees - LP: M. Tanaka||1||FINAL|
|Minnesota - WP: T. Milone||3|
|Cincinnati - WP: M. Lorenzen||10||FINAL|
|Milwaukee - LP: M. Fiers||4|
|Oakland - WP: J. Fuller||13||FINAL|
|LA Angels - LP: B. Loconsole||10|
David Price didn't want to end spring training this way.
Updated 5:48 PM
As the Wild’s season turned around, so did players’ stats.
Updated 12:13 AM