Category Archives: Minnesota Twins

Twins help set Tigers bats straight

Another fun game down at Comerica Park tonight. Nate Robertson took the mound and looked very rough right out of the gate but was able to pull himself together and pitch 6.1 innings. This might not sound like a long … Continue reading

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Twins sign Craig Monroe

When the Twins traded a PTBNL for Craig Monroe the deal was contingent on the Twins signing him. They did just that by signing him to a single-year for around $3.82M which, as Mr. Christensen points out, is a 20% … Continue reading

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Tigers continue to have Johan Santana’s number

Unlike any mediocre Chicago White Sox pitcher this year, Detroit batters continue to rise to the occasion when Johan Santana takes the mound. Whether the regular Tiger starter lineup is placed out there or whether it is the Toledo Mud … Continue reading

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AL Central injuries continue with Mauer 15-day DL stint

Joe Mauer, who currently leads the Minnesota Twins in batting average and on-base percentage, was put on the 15-day DL with a strained left quadriceps muscle. Mauer was last years American League batting champ and was off to a great … Continue reading

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Twins sign Ponson, Voyles to Minor League Contracts

In a follow up to an earlier post here on DtownBaseball.com ‘2007 Minnesota Twins (A Look Forward)‘ the Twins seem to be trying to plug up their one major weakness by signing two known pitchers to minor league contracts and … Continue reading

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2007 Minnesota Twins (A Look Forward)

The Minnesota Twins off season has been fairly inactive compared to many teams throughout Major League Baseball. That isn’t to say that there hasn’t been changes, though the Twins likely don’t need to many tweaks before ’07. Minnesota has always … Continue reading

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