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Twins GM Terry Ryan reiterates that Joe Mauer will never catch again

It has now been two full seasons since Joe Mauer last caught in a game. And based on comments made by Twins decision-makers at TwinsFest over the weekend, Mauer will never catch again. 457 more words


Aguilera, Hawkins, Hunter To Guest Coach For Twins In Spring

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Twins will have three new guest instructors at spring training, former players Rick Aguilera, LaTroy Hawkins and Torii Hunter.

General manager Terry Ryan said Friday that Hawkins will arrive when camp opens Feb. 106 more words


Miguel Sano Focusing on Fielding and Conditioning This Winter

Miguel Sano was one of the most best rookies in all of baseball last season, batting .269 with 18 home runs and 52 runs batted in as the Twins designated hitter for most of his time in Major League Baseball. 236 more words


Twins Introduce New Slugger Byung Ho Park

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Green grass at Target Field is a distant summer memory. That’s why a winter acquisition has baseball fans like Scott Billeaudeau warming up. 338 more words


David Ortiz to Retire After 2016 Season

David Ortiz has played 19 seasons in his lengthy career: six with the Minnesota Twins and 13 with the Boston Red Sox. Five separate times Big Papi has been in the top 5 five of the MVP vote but has never won the coveted individual award. 370 more words


Playoffs, Bat Flips and the Offseason


The guys talk about the 2015 MLB playoffs, including Jose Bautista’s internet-breaking bat flip. They discuss the Twins Daily interview with Terry Ryan and rehash a five-year-old interview with… 20 more words


Highlights From Today's Idaho Charter School Minority Student Civil Rights Summit

Bluum hosted a Civil Rights Summit in Boise today in which they brought in two guest civil rights attourneys from Washington DC, Lauren Baum and Renita Thukral, to provide information regarding civil rights law and procedures for Idaho public schools; specifically, Idaho’s charter schools compliance with minority student enrollment and compliance with civil rights law. 640 more words

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