The National League playoff picture has yet to become clear, with only the Cincinnati Reds and the Philadelphia Phillies looking comfortably ahead of their division rivals.
Articles tagged: Minnesota Twins
It’s what Spring Training is all about. Players testing out their arms and legs to make sure they are in their very best shape for the upcoming season.
I’m quite pleased with the contract the Twins and Joe Nathan agreed upon. For one, it means Minnesota is retaining some of its elite talent and staying competitive.
Sorry to deflate the balloon of all you Mets fans out there — and I know there are many of you — but I don’t think this trade (if it goes through) will mean a ring for your team.
Now that the whole A-Rod contract is kind of sorted out, and there’s nothing new on the Miggy front, I guess Johan Santana would be the top chip on the trading block.
We already knew that the Twins players were not happy the front office (read: Terry Ryan) traded Luis Castillo to the Mets for what my buddy Alan termed “a backup catcher and 5th outfielder at b
Johan tossed a CGSO last night against the Mets, striking out an uncharacteristically low one batter, while throwing an economical 92 pitches.
It was just about a year ago when Francisco Liriano was stuck in the Minnesota Twins bullpen, blowing hitters away while grabbing the occasional save (stress on the occasional).