Minnesota Twins’ Signing Of Ricky Nolasco A Case Of Bad Timing
Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Not that Ricky Nolasco is a bad pitcher per se, but I think even the most optimistic of Minnesota Twins fans know that he’s far from a solution to the team’s woes. Just leave it up to the worst pitching […]

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MINNESOTA TWINS

Phil Hughes

In their previous three games the Minnesota Twins had outscored their opponents 21-5, but on Tuesday night they fell to the Toronto Blue Jays because of the always inevitable offensive letdown. The Twins have managed to score the third-most runs […]

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Jesse Chavez

Even though the bullpen collapsed in the bottom of the ninth, the starting pitcher sure was good. This afternoon in Minnesota, Oakland Athletics pitcher Jesse Chavez had a solid start against the Minnesota Twins, and proved that he might deserve […]

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Danny Salazar

The Cleveland Indians have a Cy Young candidate this season, and he did not even start in the club’s first three games this season. Danny Salazar went 5 2/3 innings, struck out four, walked three, and gave up only two earned runs on […]

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Wilson Ramos, Washington Nationals, Minnesota Twins

The Minnesota Twins were seeking bullpen help as the trade deadline neared in 2010, so they sent young catching prospect Wilson Ramos and a minor leaguer to the Washington Nationals for Matt Capps. Even with skepticism surrounding the trade, Capps […]

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Kevin Correia

While Opening Day 2014 didn’t go as planned, the Minnesota Twins have an opportunity to bounce back and even their series with the Chicago White Sox Wednesday afternoon, when Kevin Correia takes the mound. Correia was arguably the most productive, […]

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Ricky Nolasco

Opening Day is all things exciting and hopeful to baseball fans everywhere, except maybe to Minnesota Twins fans. Monday afternoon, the Twins traveled to the aptly named “Windy City” to take on the Chicago White Sox and eventually dropped their […]

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Alex Presley

Only three full days from Opening Day 2014, the Minnesota Twins’ 25-man roster is officially set. Hopeful to bounce back from three consecutive disappointing seasons, the Twins will first showcase their new roster against the Chicago White Sox on March 31. […]

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Ricky Nolasco

Wednesday afternoon, Minnesota Twins ace Ricky Nolasco made his last scheduled start of Spring Training against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Nolasco was coming off easily his worst outing of the spring, giving up seven earned runs through only three innings against the […]

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Mike Pelfrey

It’s that time of year, folks. No, I’m not talking about Spring Training and the eventual start of MLB‘s regular season, but everyone’s favorite: March Madness. Everyone seems to be quite into college basketball this time of year and the […]

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