19 hrs ago
Section 219: Is Twins lost weekend sign of the slide to come?
The Twins-Red Sox series was as ugly a weekend of baseball as has been played so far this season by the home team.
23 hrs ago
Braves 5, Twins 1: Losing streak hits six
Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kevin Correia adjusts his cap as he talks with catcher Joe Mauer and pitching coach Rick Anderson during the first inning against the Atlanta Braves on Monday, May 20, 2013, in Atlanta.
Mon May 20, 2013
Dustin Pedroia's game for everything
With the Red Sox still in the early stages of a stretch of 20 games in as many days, manager John Farrell is trying to give each player at least one day off.
Braves and Twins: Series Preview
May 18, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Twins designated hitter Joe Mauer hits a single in the fifth inning against the Boston Red Sox at Target Field.
Souhan: Mauer sacrifices sweet swing for power-poor Twins
Joe Mauer is striking out more in search of RBI to help the anemic Twins offense, but is the tinkering going to ruin his well-honed stroke? The Twins' Joe Mauer struck out with the bases loaded to end the eighth inning in a 5-1 loss to Boston on Sunday night.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Miami Herald
Red Sox win 5th in row, beat Twins on rainy day
The longest delay ever at the ballpark lasted long enough for the 1993 movie "The Sandlot" to be shown in its entirety on the videoboard.
John Lackey Aims to Extend Boston Red Sox Winning Streak to Five Games
The Boston Red Sox started the month of May out slow, winning only two games out of 11 between May 3 and May 14.
The Miami Herald
Diamond roughed up in Twins' 12-5 loss to Red Sox
Minnesota starter Scott Diamond stayed out of trouble against David Ortiz and the Boston Red Sox batters at Fenway Park 11 days ago.
Sat May 18, 2013
Cubs' Matt Garza ready for his first start
Matt Garza is set to come off the disabled list and make his first start of the season for the Cubs on Tuesday against Pittsburgh.
Minnesota Twins: How Much Better Would the Team be With Wilson Ramos?
When the Minnesota Twins decided to trade talented catching prospect Wilson Ramos to the Washington Nationals for reliever Matt Capps in July of 2010, I immediately found the nearest item I could and threw it at the wall.
Saturday Notebook: Monday Chat, Playing Catch, Worst First Pitches, Brewers Mistake, and More
Today's Saturday Notebook announces our first ever Cover It Live baseball chat, a couple kids getting to play catch with some baseball players, a look at the 17 worst first pitches in recent history, the Brewers eliminating a popular female-centered event for another that is far more sexist, and this week's collection of GIFs.
The Fantasy 413: Tough diamond decisions, we've got you covered
Don't expect Joe Mauer to duplicate the power show he put on in 2009, but the Minnesota Twins catcher can still be a great pickup for fantasy owners.
Bump in the outfield costs Twins
The decisive play in the Twins' 3-2 loss to Boston on Friday night wasn't a play at all.
Fri May 17, 2013
Minnesota Twins: Joe Mauer rests stiff back, hitting streak
Joe Mauer awoke Friday with a stiff back so the Twins rested their hot-hitting catcher for the opener of a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox at Target Field.
The Providence Journal
A Series Matter: Red Sox-Twins and Momentum
THE CONTENTS: The Red Sox continue their nine-game road trip with their only visit of the season to Minneapolis for three more with the Twins.
Thu May 16, 2013
Rocking Target Field and Twins Notes
It was an honor again for my band, The 4onthefloor , to play Target Field during a Twins game, this year as the inaugural band of the brand new Midwest Music Showcase series.
High-scoring Twins send Worley vs. Boston in opener
Through all of the controversy revolving around him, the Red Sox right-hander has amassed a sterling 6-0 record and 1.69 ERA through eight starts.
Wed May 15, 2013
MLB: Five Minnesota Twins Players That Are Most Likely to be Traded
Coming off back-to-back seasons with 90 or more losses, outside expectations for the Minnesota Twins were surely low coming into the season.
TwinsCentric: Offense is looking to its heart
After finishing the month of April ranked near the bottom of the American League in most categories, the Twins' offense has undergone a stunning turnaround here in May, where they led the league in scoring through Tuesday.
Twins Notes: Hicks, Arcia, Parmelee, Dozier, Mauer, and mock drafts
That all culminated with Monday's two-homer game and Hicks is now hitting .215/.333/.431 with three homers and a 15-to-12 strikeout-to-walk ratio in his last 22 games.