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Twins Agree To Deals With 4 Arbitration-Eligible Players

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have agreed to one-year contracts with infielders Eduardo Escobar and Eduardo Nunez, right-hander Casey Fien and lefty Tommy Milone, averting salary arbitration. 108 more words

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Tommy Milone Agrees To $4.5 Million, 1-Year Contract With Twins

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Left-hander Tommy Milone and the Minnesota Twins have agreed to a $4.5 million, one-year contract, a deal that avoids salary arbitration.

The 28-year-old was 9-5 with a 3.92 ERA last year in 23 starts and one relief appearance. 52 more words

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Santana Sharp At Home, Twins Beat Astros 7-5

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Even though Ervin Santana has been going through one of the toughest stretches of his career, he hasn’t lost his smile.

After Sunday’s bounce-back start, Santana was finally able to celebrate a victory instead of hide his frustration. 589 more words

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The lineup for the second game of the series against the Minnesota Twins

The Yankees will look to win their second consecutive game in the series against the Minnesota Twins. CC Sabathia, who was originally scheduled to start on Monday, will get the start tonight because it was decided that everyone in the rotation would get an extra day of rest. 463 more words

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Extra-inning game goes Yanks' way for a change

Extra-inning games have not been a Yankees strength this year despite their excellent bullpen. Before Monday night, they had a 2-7 record after regulation, including 1-5 at Yankee Stadium. 487 more words

Yankees Lose Pitcher To Liner To Face, Beat Twins In 10th

NEW YORK (AP) — Chase Headley hit a bases-loaded grounder in the 10th inning that Minnesota’s five-man infield bobbled and the New York Yankees, after losing starting pitcher Bryan Mitchell to a line drive to the face, beat the Twins 8-7 Monday night. 549 more words

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Mitchell injury shades of Herb Score

One of my most vivid memories of first following baseball as a kid was a newspaper photograph on the morning of May 8, 1957 of Indians pitcher Herb Score with blood rolling down his nose after he was struck in the face by a line drive off the bat of the Yankees’ Gil McDougald. 271 more words