The Call-Up: What To Expect From Minnesota OF Oswaldo Arcia
The Callup will look at prominent players who are coming up to the big leagues and what can be expected out of them in the near and more distant future. [...]
The Top 10 Youngest Players In Each League On Opening Day
As we’ve done for three years, here’s a look at the Top 10 youngest players in each league as the season began (you can also see the 2012 Opening Day, 2011 [...]
Roberts Lights Up Desert With His Bat
Nate Roberts went on an unbelievable tear in the Arizona Fall League.
Gruver’s Move Found Convenient
The Twins gave Steven Gruver a break from the rotation with a stint in the bullpen, where he started to develop a new pitch.
Boer Finds Himself
Madison Boer's first month in 2012 didn't go so well, but the righthander found a groove and bounced back from struggling with throwing strikes.
Twins’ Hicks Finding Himself
Once considered among the top prospects in the game, outfielder Aaron Hicks has emerged from disappointment to show he can be a solid everyday player.
Trusting The Slider Pays Off For Twins’ Summers
A rough start to the season took a turn for the better when Matt Summers began to trust his slider, which his coaches say can be a put-away pitch.
Healthy Again, Oswaldo Arcia Shows What He Can Do
Oswaldo Arcia says rehabbing his right elbow following surgery last summer was the most difficult thing he's done as a baseball player. But here's something even harder: trying to get him out.
Unsolved Mystery Of Nishioka
The Twins were sure Tsuyoshi Nishioka would hit in the big leagues, but his lack of success has them scratching their heads.
Rosario Gets On-Field Revenge
Eddie Rosario had to have surgery on his face after being struck by a baseball. When he returned to the field, he made sure to get his revenge on every ball he connected with.
Michael Leaves The Past Behind
Levi Michael feels that struggling is a good thing and uses his own shortcomings for motivation.