Ranking the Minnesota Twins’ Top 10 Prospects Heading into 2014

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Eduardo Nunez Minnesota Twins

Eduardo Nunez was once considered a potential successor to Derek Jeter as the New York Yankees’ starting shortstop, but he lost a spring training battle for a roster spot this year, was designated for assignment last week and has now been […]

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Oswaldo Arcia

In easily the wildest game of MLB’s young 2014 regular season, the Minnesota Twins picked up their first win Thursday against the Chicago White Sox. In a game that featured 19 runs, 15 of which came in the last five […]

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MLB Instant Replay

The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox each got their first taste of the MLB’s expanded replay system Wednesday, when a questionable ruling was challenged by Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, and eventually overturned. While the ruling itself didn’t directly affect […]

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Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins

The Kansas City Royals will play at least two games with each divisional opponent in the first full month of the year. The team most often seen in April will be the rebuilding Minnesota Twins, with which KC plays six games […]

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Brian Dozier

Spring Training comes to a close on Friday, and while the Minnesota Twins’ opening day 25-man roster is officially set, management still has specific lineup questions to answer. The team hasn’t come to a complete decision regarding its DH spot, […]

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Josmil Pinto

As reported Tuesday afternoon, the Minnesota Twins officially invited Josmil Pinto aboard the team’s 25-man Opening Day roster in 2014. Pinto’s roster spot was in question due to the offseason signing of veteran catcher Kurt Suzuki, and the favoritism management seemed to […]

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When the Minnesota Twins signed pitcher Mike Pelfrey to a two-year, $11 million contract, they weren’t entirely sure what they were going to get. The last couple of years haven’t been the best for Pelfrey due to lackluster performances and […]

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