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The holiday season is fast approaching, and the Twins are staying active in the local community with their annual coat drive from Nov. 25 through Dec. 23. Fans can drop off a new or gently-used adult or child's coat and receive 50 percent off a Twins premium jacket. The coats can be dropped off at the Twins Majestic Clubhouse Store at Target Field and at Twins Pro Shop locations in Apple Valley, Minnetonka and Roseville.
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MINNEAPOLIS The Minnesota Twins officially signed catcher Ryan Doumit to a one-year contract Wednesday. And while the 30-year-old Doumit is versatile able to play the outfield and designated hitter Twins general manager Terry Ryan made it clear the team plans to use Doumit plenty behind the plate as the backup to Joe Mauer.
"First and foremost, we consider Ryan a catcher...
The Minnesota Twins announced Wednesday they plan to offer arbitration to outfielders Jason Kubel and Michael Cuddyer while declining to make an offer to pitcher Matt Capps.Cuddyer is a Type A free agent, meaning the Twins will receive a pair of compensatory draft picks if he declines arbitration and signs on somewhere else.The 32-year-old batted .284 with 20 home runs and 70 RBIs...
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, Minn. The Minnesota Twins, along with Delaware North Companies Sportservice and the Minnesota Chapter of Disabled American Veterans, announced plans for the Winter Warm-Up Coat Drive to take place Nov. 25 through Dec. 23 at Twins Pro Shop locations, and the Twins Majestic Clubhouse Store. The coat drive provides an opportunity for fans to join the holiday giving...
MINNEAPOLIS Now that Joe Nathan has officially signed with the Texas Rangers, the search for a new closer is under way for the Minnesota Twins.
"We're going to look at the market and look at the possibility of trades any avenue, actually," Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Tuesday. "But there's plenty of people out there in that market this year. It...
The Twins plan to offer arbitration to free-agent outfielders Michael Cuddyer and Jason Kubel before Wednesday's 11 p.m. CT deadline, but will not offer arbitration to reliever Matt Capps.
To say 2011 didn’t go as planned for the Minnesota Twins would be an understatement. Considered a contender for the AL Central crown, the Twins suffered a disappointing season from Francisco Liriano and injuries and disappointment from Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau. Despite the awful season, the Twins added few prospects to the major-league team with the exception of Ben Revere...
The Twins are better served with Joe Nathan in Texas.
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Having lost Joe Nathan to the Rangers, general manager Terry Ryan said on Tuesday the Twins are "probably going to be looking outside" the organization to fill their closer role.