The book is closed on Minnesota's 2022 postseason chances, and the Twins are sure playing like it. This past week saw an injury-ravaged, undermanned, seemingly disinterested team going through the motions to play out a soul-crushing second half of a sunken season.
The Twins played their final game Sunday home game of the season to wrap up their series with the Los Angeles Angels. With Dylan Bundy on the mound and the lineup still depleted of everyday players, could the Twins get their first series victory since sweeping the Royals two weeks prior?
Gary Sanchez homered and drove in four runs and Jose Miranda and Gio Urshela each had three hits as the Minnesota Twins snapped a five-game losing streak with a 8-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night in Minneapolis.
If Derek Falvey has a say in what happens, Rocco Baldelli will undoubtedly return to manage the Minnesota Twins next season. That's the message Falvey sent Friday when he also revealed that Byron Buxton will undergo season-ending knee surgery on Tuesday. "Rocco's our manager.
In a snoozer, even Ohtani is kinda sloppy on the mound, but that’s unimportant against this injury-riddled Twins lineup. The Twins are officially eliminated from division contention after this one (they could still theoretically take the last wildcard spot if every Mariners player quits to join clown college).
The Twins were swept out of Kansas City in a 4-1 loss to the Royals Thursday afternoon, sending them back to Minneapolis to begin what will be a mostly meaningless final 12 games of the season before the curtain closes Oct.
The Minnesota Twins take on the Kansas City Royals. Check out our MLB odds series for our Twins Royals prediction and pick. Dylan Bundy gets the ball for the Twins, while Zack Greinke goes to the hill for the Royals.
After taking their annual pounding from the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium, the Minnesota Twins entered a critical series at home ten days ago with a prime opportunity to take control of the American League Central division.
The Minnesota Wild open up their 2022-2023 regular season in just less than one month. The Minnesota Twins are currently in a three-team race for the AL Central crown with 20 games remaining in their regular season.