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The Twins will stage seven hours of online programming, much of it interactive, on Jan. 30, an effort to connect with their fans while Target Field remains off-limits.
At 38, J.A. Happ represents a breed that once was more common on the Twins' roster: A veteran lefthander winding down a successful career.
New St. Paul Saints manager Toby Gardenhire isn't sure if the Twins would have drafted him in 2005 if he wasn't the manager's son.
The streamlining of baseball's minor leagues cost Ray Smith his job after 26 years of managing the rookie-level Elizabethton Twins of the Appalachian League.
After being named the Class AAA manager in 2020, he watched as the minor league season was canceled.
Danny De Andrade and seven others set to join the Twins organization, although signings won't be official until players pass physicals.
Despite guidelines from baseball's officials and the team's attention to detail, the Twins know there will be obstacles and conflicts before and during the 2021 season.
The 30-year-old righthander had 23 saves in 2019 for Los Angeles.
Sinclair Broadcasting, the owner of Fox Sports North, might soon be able to offer ways to bet on the game you're watching through your TV, phone or pad.
Denied entry into the U.S. before spring training, he was unable to join the team at all for 2020.
The Lakeville native has been with the team for 15 years, including the past six in his current role.
Twins manager Rocco Baldelli likes the options already on his roster in picking a replace for left field Eddie Rosario, who wasn't offered a 2021 contract.
Baseball Insider: After the league lost hundreds of millions in 2020, progress towards deciding the parameters for a 2021 season has been slow.
Akil Baddoo and Tyler Wells are on the rebound from Tommy John surgery and weren't protected by Minnesota, which has spots on its 40-man roster.
St. Paul will be the Class AAA affiliate, making travel between the Saints and the big club easy.
The righthander turned his career around in Minnesota, but the team decided to non-tender him at Wednesday's deadline.
After a rain delay of nearly five hours, Nik Hurley didn't make it through the first inning of a 9-0 loss to the White Sox.