Previewing what promises to be a slugfest of a five-game series, again.
Marcus Stroman and the Blue Jays vs. Chris Tillman and the Orioles, in Toronto.
Minnesota hopes shaking up the front office with a new-school hire works as well as it did three decades ago.
The Twins second baseman has ruined Aaron’s favorite fun fact, but might salvage the Twins’ offseason.
Good news for the Twins on Wednesday: Regime change seems imminent.
Every year’s the same for Joey Votto, but within those years are terrifying lows and historic highs.
Give it up for ‘the next Jamey Carroll.’
There are some good brother combos in baseball history, and the Seagers… are one.
The long-term deals signed last winter have turned into one of the ugliest in recent memory, from the teams’ perspectives.
Ryan Braun was unliked, barely productive and on a trajectory toward dead weight. Now he is, one way or another, crucial to the Brewers’ next competitive roster.
The latest high-strikeout reliever is actually the highest-strikeout reliever, and you just heard of him a few weeks ago. The heck?
Minnesota gets creative in dumping Ricky Nolasco, as the Twins also send a former top prospect to the Angels and get back Hector Santiago. Also, the Angels send Joe Smith to the Cubs.
Boston picks up some left-handed bullpen help and Minnesota adds a hard-throwing reliever prospect/project.
Eduardo Nunez goes from backup to All-Star to traded, as the Twins send the veteran infielder to the Giants.
Alex Rodriguez was doing so well last year, and then last year ended. His career might be next.