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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.
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He wasn't sharp, but Vance Worley gave up only 1 run in 6 innings in yesterday's game.
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Will Middlebrooks gave Boston a comeback victory the night before with a big swing.
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 Chicago White Sox may be pulling up the rear in the AL Central, but they're by no means out of the race, currently sitting only five games back of the division-leading Detroit Tigers .
The woofing, however, won't be about the home run Victorino, now playing right field for the Red Sox, hit off his former teammate last week in Boston.
The Minnesota Twins promised to reconstruct their starting rotation after last year's abysmal performance that ranked among the league's worst.
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.
Entering the final year of his contract with the Minnesota Twins , Justin Morneau certainly has a lot to play for.
Twins starter Mike Pelfrey rubs his head after giving up three straight hits in the fifth inning without recording an out against the White Sox.
Coming off back-to-back seasons with 90 or more losses, outside expectations for the Minnesota Twins were surely low coming into the season.
This week, we'll be covering the brightest the Twins have to offer in their Twinkie Town top 25 minor league systems.
Adam Dunn and Dayan Viciedo homered to back another strong start from Jake Peavy and lead the Chicago White Sox to a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.
The Twins' Trevor Plouffe and Eduardo Escobar, center, pour Gatorade on teammate Aaron Hicks after his big game against the Chicago White Sox on May 13, 2013 at Target Field.
It's no secret that wins came few and far between for the Twins last year -- especially when it came to playing the rival White Sox.