Minnesota Twins slugger and first baseman Miguel Sano is in self-isolation after testing for Covid-19, team officials said Saturday. Sano said he "feel great" in a social media video posted by the Twins on Sunday.
The shortened-nature of the 2020 season gives increased opportunity for some of baseball’s cherished records to fall. Counting stats that accumulate throughout the season are obviously safe, but stats such as Batting Average or Earned Run Average are very susceptible to the small sample size of just 60-games.
Willians Astudillo and Miguel Sano have both tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of workout, the Twins have announced.
Months after the Major League Baseball season was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Minnesota Twins will be back at Target Field Friday.
With a baseball season shortened to 60 games, it's imperative the Minnesota Twins get good starting pitching right from Opening Day if they aim to defend their division title.
The Minnesota Twins will have roster decisions to make with 59 players coming to the Twin Cities for summer training and a 60-game season starting around July 23.
Major League Baseball has not finalized the 60-game schedule for all teams, but Twins President Dave St. Peter said Monday it’s highly unlikely there will be fans at Target Field when the team takes the field for its Opening Day.
Minnesota Twins President of Baseball Operations Derek Falvey confirmed on Monday that Bob McClure and Bill Evers will not be allowed to work games during the 2020 season, due to health and safety concerns related to the Coronavirus pandemic.
With baseball back on the horizon and an Opening Day set for the end of July, Rocco Baldelli’s Minnesota Twins will return with high expectations. Coming off a 101-win campaign a year ago, and entering a season with lots of unknowns, who fills out the 30-man roster?
Baseball is back! Let’s get a little refresher on everything that happened leading up to spring training. I’ll also look at how each move is affected by a 60 game season. The Twins did a lot, will it pay off for this short season?
At least “a few” Minnesota Twins players have tested positive for Coronavirus within the last few days, Chief Baseball Officer Derek Falvey said Thursday.
Minnesota Twins players and team officials found themselves in a bit of a scramble mode Wednesday, in the hours after players and owners finally came to an agreement on a 60-game season.
The Minnesota Twins will report to Spring Training 2.0 at Target Field next week, with a 60-game season set to start July 24. It's imperative for the Twins to get off to a fast start if they intend to defend their division title.
The MLB Players Association agreed Tuesday to report to Spring Training by July 1 to prepare for a 60-game season, which would start July 24. The Minnesota Twins would likely hold Spring Training at Target Field, with Covid-19 seeing a spike in Florida.
The honors just keep piling up for Minnesota Twins Designated Hitter Nelson Cruz. Last month, he was named a finalist for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award. Sunday night at the ESPYs, he was named the winner.
The Minnesota Twins said Friday they have removed the statue of Calvin Griffith at Target Field.
There were plenty of college arms available in the 2020 draft and plenty of Twins fans were clamoring for the Twins to go all in on college pitchers. Minnesota’s brain trust presumably believes that college bats have a better chance of succeeding than college arms. But is it so?
The chance that there will be no Major League Baseball season increased substantially Monday when the commissioner's office told the players' association it will not proceed with a schedule unless the union waives its right to claim management violated a March agreement between the feuding sides.
It has been an unprecedented year in so many ways already. That includes the sports world, and obviously it affected the 2020 MLB Draft this week. Instead of 40 rounds, there were just five rounds, and now things will get really interesting as teams can sign undrafted players.
The Minnesota Twins took outfielder Alerick Soulariee, a power bat, with the No. 59 pick in the MLB Draft on Thursday.