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  • Twins fall to White Sox in 11 innings

    CHICAGO Baseball's replay-challenge rule is brand new this year, as is Samuel Deduno's role in the Twins bullpen. Both still have a few bugs to be worked out. Manager Ron Gardenhire successfully objected to a call on the field in replay's first-ever...
  • Capsules for the AL Central Division

    AL CENTRAL (in predicted order of finish) Detroit Tigers Last year: 93-69 (first, AL Central) New faces: 2B Ian Kinsler (Rangers), RHP Joe Nathan (Rangers), OF Rajai Davis (Blue Jays), RHP Joba Chamberlain (Yankees), LHP Ian Krol (Nationals)...
  • Twins take two-game streak into home opener

    CLEVELAND If you're heading to Target Field for Opening Day on Monday, it's probably not necessary to buy a program. You know most of these guys already. But that doesn't mean you'll see the Minnesota Twins team that everyone was expecting. Minnesota...
  • Jim Souhan: Colabello is long-shot to end Twins' hitting woes

    The position of big-league hitting instructor might be the most mysterious coaching job in sports. Paul Molitor and Rod Carew, two of the smartest and most scientific hitters in baseball history, were fired as hitting coaches. Under Joe Vavra, who...
  • Twins rout the Indians for Gardenhire's 1,000th career victory

    CLEVELAND One batter into Ron Gardenhire's managing career, he already owned a 1-0 lead, and a reason to trust his own instincts. Twelve years and four days later, he still does and those instincts have placed him in some hallowed company. Brian Dozier...
  • Nick Swisher powers Indians to Opening Day win

    CLEVELAND By the time the Indians and Minnesota Twins took the field for Friday's home opener under dark gray skies, the temperature had dropped nearly 20 degrees into the low 40s. As the wind picked up to better than 20 mph, Twins outfielder Oswaldo...
  • White Sox can't hold lead in ninth in 10-9 loss

     White Sox can't hold lead in ninth in 10-9 loss
    Matt Lindstrom was reintroduced to the job of closer Monday, and three days later he was reintroduced to the feeling that comes with failure in that role. The 34-year-old right-hander allowed two runs in the ninth inning Thursday at U.S. Cellular...
  • Wild finish for White Sox in 7-6 victory over Twins

    Wild finish for White Sox in 7-6 victory over Twins
    Leury Garcia filled in for Conor Gillaspie in the White Sox lineup Wednesday at U.S. Cellular Field because Gillaspie was out with the flu. And more than four hours later, as the temperature began to dip below freezing, Garcia rescued a sparse, cold...
  • Matt Lindstrom gets White Sox closer job, save

    Matt Lindstrom gets White Sox closer job, save
    Matt Lindstrom received the good word Sunday after the White Sox completed a workout at U.S. Cellular Field. Robin Ventura pulled the 34-year-old right-hander aside to tell him he had been anointed the closer entering the season. In Monday's opener...
  • Key observations of the Twins leaving Camp Florida

    FORT MYERS, Fla. There's a right way and a wrong way to gripe about the 2014 Twins roster. The wrong way is to become violently ill over the addition of Jason Bartlett, a career shortstop recast as a super utility player after a year and a half away from...
  • Twins heading for Chicago

    FORT MYERS, Fla. The Grapefruit League season ended with a throat-slashing gesture by umpire crew chief Bob Davidson, who ended Saturday's game in the top of the ninth as rain fell at JetBlue Park. It came just as the Twins were remembering what it was...