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  1. Box Score Randy Dobnak: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 1 K Home Runs: Nelson Cruz (15) Top 3 WPA: Max Kepler .167, Hansel Robles .144, Alex Colome .109 Win Probability Chart (via FanGraphs) The Minnesota Twins picked up their third win in a row and sealed a series victory after taking down the Texas Rangers by a score of 3-2 Saturday afternoon. Byron Buxton made his triumphant return after being sidelined with a hip flexor strain, going 1-for-4 at the plate and scoring one of the team’s three runs. His lone hit was an infield single in which he didn’t display a
  2. The Minnesota Twins have won three games in a row. We're looking into whether or not that is legal. Box Score Randy Dobnak: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 1 K Home Runs: Nelson Cruz (15) Top 3 WPA: Max Kepler .167, Hansel Robles .144, Alex Colome .109 Win Probability Chart (via FanGraphs) The Minnesota Twins picked up their third win in a row and sealed a series victory after taking down the Texas Rangers by a score of 3-2 Saturday afternoon. Byron Buxton made his triumphant return after being sidelined with a hip flexor strain, going 1-for-4 at the plat
  3. All indications point to him being activated after tomorrow's game.
  4. Box Score José Berríos: 7 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 8 K Home Runs: Jorge Polanco (9) Top 3 WPA: José Berríos .266, Jorge Polanco .126, Miguel Sanó .104 Win Probability Chart (via FanGraphs) The Minnesota Twins were in full control from the moment that José Berríos took the mound during the bottom of the first inning. Berríos tossed an absolute gem, striking out eight and lowering his ERA to 3.49 over the course of seven innings for one of his better performances of an already strong campaign. Other than two poorly located pitches against Kyle Tucker and Robe
  5. José Berríos threw one of his greatest games of the season and big, timely hits from Miguel Sanó and Jorge Polanco helped drive the Minnesota Twins past the Houston Astros Saturday evening. Oh, and Nick Gordon was a major factor on the base paths and in centerfield. Box Score José Berríos: 7 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 8 K Home Runs: Jorge Polanco (9) Top 3 WPA: José Berríos .266, Jorge Polanco .126, Miguel Sanó .104 Win Probability Chart (via FanGraphs) The Minnesota Twins were in full control from the moment that José Berríos took the mound during the botto
  6. When the Minnesota Twins signed veteran shortstop Andrelton Simmons to a one-year, $10.5 million contract this past January they did so with the intention of him not only serving as a stopgap before top prospect Royce Lewis made his much anticipated jump to the Majors but also to shore up a Twins’ defense that desperately needed an upgrade over what Jorge Polanco was providing. The deal at the time was widely respected, neither panned nor necessarily praised, as it was widely understood that the team’s primary target to replace Polanco, Marcus Semien, who ultimately signed with the Toron
  7. The deal at the time was widely respected, neither panned nor necessarily praised, as it was widely understood that the team’s primary target to replace Polanco, Marcus Semien, who ultimately signed with the Toronto Bluejays, simply did not want to come to Minnesota. Additionally, Simmons had been the definition of a generational talent defensively since his debut in 2012, so there was quite literally no better option on the market if improving the team’s defense was a top priority. Simmons has largely lived up to his defensive reputation on his way to compiling 10 outs above average
  8. The Minnesota Twins made pitcher Griffin Jax the first athlete from the United States Air Force Academy to reach the Majors when they selected his contract and promoted him earlier this week from Triple-A St. Paul. While his route hasn’t exactly been straight forward, he has the potential to stick around. Amateur Career Jax was named the 2013 Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Colorado as well as a Louisville Slugger High School First-Team All-American after going 7-1 with a 1.74 ERA and a 57/2 K:BB ratio for Cherry Creek High School. He started 29 games on the mound
  9. Amateur Career Jax was named the 2013 Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Colorado as well as a Louisville Slugger High School First-Team All-American after going 7-1 with a 1.74 ERA and a 57/2 K:BB ratio for Cherry Creek High School. He started 29 games on the mound for the Air Force Academy Falcons across his freshman and sophomore seasons while posting a mediocre 5.49 ERA with 115 strikeouts and 56 walks. However, he exploded onto the scene in 2016 during his junior season by going 9-2 with a 2.05 ERA and striking out 90 batters while walking only 20. He was selected as t
  10. Jermaine Palacios came through, Louie Varland dealt, and Jhoan Duran looked...mortal? Check out what happened on Thursday night in the Twins farm system. TRANSACTIONS RHP Shaun Anderson promoted from St. Paul to Minnesota RHP Hunter McMahon to the 7-day IL with an elbow strain (Ft. Myers) SAINTS SENTINEL Louisville 6, St. Paul 3 Box Score Tomas Telis hit a 3-run home run, but the Saints’ bats were largely quiet during their loss to the Bats Thursday night. They were only able to gather two hits as a team, the other being a double off the bat of
  11. TRANSACTIONS RHP Shaun Anderson promoted from St. Paul to Minnesota RHP Hunter McMahon to the 7-day IL with an elbow strain (Ft. Myers) SAINTS SENTINEL Louisville 6, St. Paul 3 Box Score Tomas Telis hit a 3-run home run, but the Saints’ bats were largely quiet during their loss to the Bats Thursday night. They were only able to gather two hits as a team, the other being a double off the bat of Mark Contreras. Additionally, Jhoan Duran - Twins Daily’s No. 5 prospect in the Twins system - looked like a mere mortal. He struggled with control all game
  12. Nothing solid, but this is the time of year when call-ups start cranking up. Not sure what else he can prove at High-A.
  13. All four minor league teams won on Sunday, including the Saints who have won seven in a row. It was a Grand day in Cedar Rapids. Wichita had another late-inning comeback, and Ft. Myers got a great pitching performance. TRANSACTIONS C Ben Rortvedt called up to Minnesota Twins (from St. Paul) RHP Ryan Shreve called up to Cedar Rapids (from Ft. Myers) RHP Jonathan Cheshire to Cedar Rapids (from Wichita) SAINTS SENTINEL St. Paul 7, Iowa 3 Box Score The Saints wrapped up their 6-game sweep of the I-Cubs and won their seventh game in a row Sunday afte
  14. TRANSACTIONS C Ben Rortvedt called up to Minnesota Twins (from St. Paul) RHP Ryan Shreve called up to Cedar Rapids (from Ft. Myers) RHP Jonathan Cheshire to Cedar Rapids (from Wichita) SAINTS SENTINEL St. Paul 7, Iowa 3 Box Score The Saints wrapped up their 6-game sweep of the I-Cubs and won their seventh game in a row Sunday afternoon. Bailey Ober started on the mound for St. Paul and was dominant the first time through the order. He struck out the first six batters he faced and had opponents looking foolish with his curveball. However,
  15. TRANSACTIONS Shaun Anderson added to St. Paul on rehab assignment BJ Boyd signed and added to the Wichita Wind Surge SAINTS SENTINEL St. Paul 4, Iowa 0 Box Score Griffin Jax improved to 3-1 on the season and his ERA dropped to 3.33 after throwing six innings of one-hit ball. He struck out a career-high 10 batters, which brings him up to 29 on the season through 27 innings of work. Jax is an intriguing prospect. He was the Twins third round draft pick in 2016 out of the Air Force Academy and was only able to pitch part-time prior to the season due to mili
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