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2017 Schedule
85-77, 2nd in AL Cent
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1d

Morneau to make retirement official with Twins

Justin Morneau, the 2006 AL MVP and former Minnesota Twins first baseman whose career was derailed by concussion symptoms, is retiring after 1,603 hits and 247 home runs in 14 major league seasons.

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4d

Twins reach deals with Escobar, 4 others

The Minnesota Twins avoided arbitration with Eduardo Escobar, Ehire Adrianza, Robbie Grossman, Trevor May and Ryan Pressly. Pitcher Kyle Gibson is still eligible for arbitration.

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7dSam Miller

Slow MLB offseason? Blame Mike Trout!

The best player in the game would have been a free agent had he not signed an extension in 2014. What if he were available this winter? Buckle your seat belts, baseball fans. Here's the sizzling hot stove we can now only dream of.

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7d

Report: Morneau rejoining Twins as assistant

Justin Morneau, who hasn't played in the majors since 2016, will join the Minnesota Twins as a special assistant to the team's front office according to a report by the Canadian Baseball Network. He won the AL MVP with the Twins in 2006.

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8d

Duke guaranteed $2.15M, can earn $1.5M more

Left-hander Zach Duke is guaranteed $2.15 million as part of his one-year contract with the Minnesota Twins and can earn an additional $1.5 million based on pitching appearances.

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19dJerry Crasnick

MLB looking into assault allegations vs. Sano

Major League Baseball is looking into sexual assault allegations against Twins slugger Miguel Sano, who said in a statement that it "never happened."

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23d

Ex-MLB player, Arizona coach Kindall dies at 82

Jerry Kindall, the first man to win College World Series titles as both a player and a head coach, died Sunday night of complications from a stroke suffered Thursday. He was 82.

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34d

Reports: All-Star Kintzler agrees with Nationals

Brandon Kintzler, an All-Star selection with the Twins before he was traded to the Nationals last season, has agreed to a two-year deal with Washington, according to reports.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Twins skipper Paul Molitor talks about Michael Pineda, who inked a two-year deal with Minnesota. The former Yankees hurler underwent Tommy John surgery in July.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8157th
Batting Average.2609th
On Base Percentage.3347th
Slugging Percentage.43412th
Earned Run Average4.5919th
Quality Starts62Tied-24th
WHIP1.3717th
BAA.26626th