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Minnesota Twins

  1. Bloody Murder
    Blame the Minnesota Twins for This Bloody Mary Garnished With a Slice of ColdHaven’t their poor fans been through enough already?
  2. Beer Me
    Stadium’s Self-Serve Beer Machines Pour Bud Light on DemandYou buy it by the ounce.
  3. yankees
    The Yankees Magic Number in the East Is Down to SixThe number to clinch a playoff spot is four.
  4. yankees
    The Yankees Didn’t Increase Their Lead Last NightIs that headline a little too glass-half-empty? After all, the Yankees didn’t see their lead shrink last night, either.
  5. yankees
    The Yankees Had a Rare (Mostly) Stress-Free NightOh, and Andy Pettitte still hasn’t allowed a run since returning.
  6. yankees
    Carl Pavano Got the Last Laugh at Yankee Stadium Last NightThe Yankees got him early, but lost.
  7. The Yankees (Well, Most of Them) Took Care of Business This WeekendThey finish their road trip with a 5–2 record.
  8. Review Goes the Yankees’ Way This TimeLast night’s game also included an entertaining bench reaction to Andruw Jones’s mammoth home run.
  9. yankees
    A Record-Low Stadium Crowd Watched the Yankees’ Latest Win Over MinnesotaAn announced crowd of 40,331 saw the Yankees continue their dominance over the Twins.
  10. yankees
    Let the Francisco Liriano Speculation Begin!A report says the Twins might be open to trading him.
  11. 2010 alds
    The Yankees Are Off to the ALCS, ObviouslyThe Yankees stomp the Twins to sweep their ALDS and move to next week’s ALCS.
  12. 2010 alds
    Carl Pavano Returns to Your Life This Evening[Crowd boos.]
  13. 2010 alds
    What If Mark Teixeira Hits Like Mark Teixeira This October?It’s only natural to compare this year’s Yankees team to last year’s.
  14. 2010 alds
    The Yankees Do What the Yankees DoThe Yankees beat the Twins 6-4 to win Game 1of the ALDS.
  15. 2010 alds
    Our Video Game Likes the Yankees in the ALDSWe’re back to the video-game simulations again.
  16. 2010 alds
    What Twins Fans Are Thinking About Right Now (Besides Moving Out of Minnesota)Previewing the Yanks’ first-round opponents.
  17. yankees
    From Here on Out, Losing Has ConsequencesTo this point, the realistic worst-case scenario meant not having to face Cliff Lee in the five-game ALDS.
  18. yankees
    Fixing Javier Vazquez Isn’t So Easy, ApparentlyAfter three encouraging outings, he regressed last night in Minnesota.
  19. yankees
    Yankees Sweep Their One-and-a-Half-Game HeaderThey take two games from the Twins thanks to solid pitching and a pair of solo home runs.
  20. the great outdoors
    Yankees and Twins Make History, Sort OfThe first rain delay in Target Field history, and the first squirrel delay, too.
  21. yankees
    Slumping Yankees to Play Outdoors in Minnesota TonightIn which we predict topics of conversation during tonight’s broadcast.
  22. yankees
    Mariano Rivera Is a Human BeingJason Kubel’s grand slam finally gives the Twins a win in the Bronx.
  23. their punto hurts
    Glorious Yankee Schadenfreude: Crying Papelbon, Depressed Pavano and, At Last, the ALCSThe Yankees are in the ALCS, and their enemies have suffered.
  24. game 2
    ALDS Begins Again, Before ANOTHER Day OffHey, it seems like forever since the Yankees played.
  25. all a-rod all the time
    A-Rod’s Game 1: Acceptable!Two hits, two RBI. Not bad at all.
  26. alds
    ALDS Game 1: Exactly What We ExpectedThe story of the first game was that the story is almost entirely what might have been expected, given track records.
  27. yankees postseason preview
    It’s Not Difficult to See Why the Yankees Might Be Favored Over the TwinsThe Yankees wouldn’t possibly lose this series, would they?
  28. sports on tv on the internet
    Can Anyone Help the Staff of This Website Learn How to Use the Internet?Flashing rectangle machine spreads confusion.
  29. the waiting game
    Yankees to Open Playoffs Wednesday Against … Another Baseball TeamWe might have known the name of that team tonight if it weren’t for Brett Favre.
  30. yankees
    Who Do the Yankees Want to Play in the First Round of the Playoffs?Looking at the Twins and Tigers.
  31. the sports section
    Breaking: The Mets Snag Johan SantanaIf USAToday.com is to be believed, the Mets, after eating the Yankees’ dust all off-season, have just become the National League East favorites — and Omar Minaya has once again become a hero. The general manager who presided over the greatest-September-collapse-ever last season has apparently stolen Johan Santana from the Minnesota Twins and out from under the Yankees and the Red Sox. (You’ll recall, Hank Steinbrenner had been full of bluster about a potential Yankee deal for Santana for months, though lately he’s been claiming he doesn’t care.) Yes, the Mets are trading away four highly rated prospects: outfielder Carlos Gomez and pitchers Phil Humber, Deolis Guerra, and Kevin Mulvey. But odds are that two, at most, will become big-league regulars, let alone stars. Santana, on the other hand, is the best lefty in the bigs, in his prime, and exactly the ace that’s missing from the Mets’ rotation. Supposedly the only hurdle is a contract extension. Here’s betting that the Wilpon family gives Santana everything he wants, up to and including his name on the new ballpark. Heck, the way things are going on Wall Street, he’ll be worth more than Citigroup. —Chris Smith Twins agree to deal Santana to Mets for prospects [USAT] Earlier: Hank Steinbrenner Talks Himself, Twins Into a Tizzy