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Twins Enter Offseason With Energy, Optimism

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins began the season carrying the indignity of those team-record 103 losses last year, an ugly splotch that hung around like a mosquito that had miraculously survived the winter. 742 more words


Twins Match Record With 13th Straight Postseason Loss

By JAKE SEINER, AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK (AP) — Brian Dozier rounded third and yelled “Let’s go!” at his teammates, and it seemed these Twins might finally be the ones to foil the New York Yankees in the playoffs. 748 more words


Yankees Win AL Wild Card Game with 8-4 Victory over Twins (Giuseppe)

The highly anticipated American League Wild Card Game took place on October 3rd, 2017. It was all or nothing, the loser of the one-game playoff went home a loser, the winner moved on to the ALDS against the Indians. 567 more words


Who Owns October (#WOO) Tallies Updated For October 3, 2017

Well… for 1/2 an inning, everything looked perfect for Minnesota, didn’t it? Then they were out scored 8-1 after that 3 run uprising. It was fun while it lasted for Twins fans and no doubt they will be back as contenders. 226 more words

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Mauer's Resurgence Key To Twins Bounce-Back Season

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Joe Mauer is the only Minnesota Twins player still swinging from the last time the team was in the postseason.

After three years of injury-induced misery, that sweet, left-handed stroke has been dialed in like the days of old, one of the biggest reasons the Twins have rebounded to end a six-year playoff drought. 734 more words


Dozier Leads Wild Card-Bound Twins To 6-3 Win Over Tigers

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two days after celebrating their improbable place in the postseason, the Minnesota Twins came home to a ballpark full of fans eager to cheer. 819 more words


Case of the Mondays: One Week To Go

I’m back from vacation, and thus the baseball banter must return. Here’s a six-pack of topics to get you ready for the final week of the 2017 regular season! 2,082 more words