The Twins had a historic season with 101 wins and setting Major League Baseball's home run record, but it ended far too short after getting swept by the Yankees in the ALDS.
It’s a somber day for Twins fans as the Bomba Season came to a quick end last night against the Yankees. While some fans are calling it a memorable year, others say it was a disappointing end.
The New York Yankees eliminated the Minnesota Twins from the American League playoffs with a 5-1 win in front of a sellout crowd at Target Field Monday night.
With a lot of eyes on the Twins, there's a group of players who understand all the excitement and nerves surrounding the games. That’s because they, too, had to come from behind to win the 2019 Wheelchair Softball World Series.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Twins are hosting a playoff game at Target Field, and after a rough start to the series against the Yankees, the Twins need a win tonight.
It's time for postseason baseball in Minnesota and the weather appears to be playing ball.
Twins fans hoping for a bounce-back in New York were met with disappointment - but not hopelessness - as the team dropped Game 2 of the American League Divisional Series on Saturday.
The hits just kept coming for the Yankees...
Yankees fans poked fun at the Twins starting pitcher's former job during Game 2 of the American League Divisional Series.
DJ LeMahieu homered and had a three-run double in the 7th inning to break the game open as the Twins lost Game 1 of the American League Division Series to the Yankees, 10-4.
With Homer Hankies in hand, Twins fans packed Target Field on Friday as the team opened up its American League Divisional Series in New York against the Yankees.
The Minnesota Twins released their playoff roster for the ALDS Friday morning, and Luis Arraez is on it despite a right ankle injury suffered late in the season at Kansas City.
It may be an away game for the Minnesota Twins Friday night, but that does not mean the party stops here at home.
Comcast threw lots of Twins fans a curveball Tuesday citing they wouldn’t offer a free trial of the MLB Network for the first game of the American League Divisional Series. The game will air exclusively on the network although the channel is one many Comcast subscribers, like Nan Binning, don’t have in their cable package.
Twins’ playoff baseball is returning to Minneapolis next week, which means so is the iconic Homer Hanky.
Game 1 of the ALDS at Yankee Stadium is set for 6:07 p.m. Friday, and will be broadcast on MLB Network. Game 2 is set for 4:07 p.m. Friday, and will be televised on Fox Sports 1.
The Twins’ postseason is set to begin Friday and Saturday night in the Bronx.
Luis Arraez had to be carted off the field after colliding with Willians Astudillo and suffering an apparent right leg injury during the 7th inning on Saturday at Kansas City.
Thursday was a great night for Minnesota sports as two pro teams were able to clinch playoff berths.
The Minnesota Twins are the American League Central Division champions for the first time since 2010.