Found May 24, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
P.J. Walters is the next in line for the Minnesota Twins' starting rotation. According to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Walters will be recalled from Triple-A Rochester to join the Twins and will start this weekend in Detroit. The 28-year-old right-hander is 4-2 with a 3.31 ERA in nine starts for the Red Wings this year. Walters originally joined the Twins as a free agent prior to the 2012 season. He made 12 starts for Minnesota last year and was 2-5 with a 5.69 ERA. The Twins had an opening in the starting rotation after Vance Worley was optioned to Rochester on Wednesday. Walters and right-hander Kyle Gibson appeared to be the two logical options to replace Worley. In the end, Walters got the nod while Gibson continues to wait for his chance to make his major league debut. Gibson even confirmed the news of Walter's promotion on Twitter, tweeting: "Happy for @PJwalters39 on his call up! Go get em Saturday bud!!" Walters replied to Gibson by saying, &qu...

Minnesota Twins Recall P.J. Walters From Rochester

The Minnesota Twins have recalled right-handed starter P.J. Walters from their Triple-A Rochester minor league affiliate. Walters has performed well in the minors this season and hopes to bring the success with him to the majors. Expect the kid to join the starting rotation at some point this weekend. The post Minnesota Twins Recall P.J. Walters From Rochester appeared first on...

Twins call up Walters to start against Tigers

The Minnesota Twins have called up right-hander P.J. Walters from Triple-A Rochester to start Saturday against the Detroit Tigers. The Twins optioned outfielder Oswaldo Arcia to Rochester after Friday night's loss to the Tigers. The 28-year-old Walters hasn't pitched in the majors this year. He went 2-5 with a 5.69 ERA in 12 starts for Minnesota in 2012. Arcia, a rookie...

Twins rumors: No extension talks for Justin Morneau

Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau is in the final year of his current contract with the team. He’s off to a decent start, as he’s at least been able to remain healthy so far. Still, Morneau and the Twins have yet to discuss a contract extension, according to Darren Wolfson of ESPN 1500. A source close to Twins first baseman Justin Morneau said this week...

Twins Thursday: Minnesota's skid continues to swell

Even during last year's dismal 96-loss season, the Minnesota Twins never had a skid quite like this. Following Thursday's 7-6 loss at the hands of the Detroit Tigers, the Twins have now lost a season-high nine games in a row. Minnesota's longest losing streak last season was just six games. The Twins are now approaching their longest skid in 2011 11 games during the...

Twins' losing streak now a thing of the past

Finally, the Minnesota Twins' never-ending losing streak came to a close. One night after nearly getting no-hit by Anibal Sanchez, the Twins snapped a 10-game losing streak with a 3-2 win Saturday over Doug Fister and the Detroit Tigers. Minnesota's recent losing streak matched the fourth-longest losing streak in team history. Before the losing streak began on May 14, Minnesota...

Gardenhire ejected from Twins' game at Detroit

Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire has been ejected from Saturday's game at Detroit while arguing a call at second base. The Twins had men on first and second with nobody out in the third inning when Justin Morneau hit a grounder to first baseman Prince Fielder. He threw to second to start a 3-6-1 double play, which the Tigers turned - but Joe Mauer, who had advanced to...

Twins' Ramirez leaves game after scary collision

DETROIT (AP) -- Minnesota Twins center fielder Wilkin Ramirez left Saturday's game against the Detroit Tigers after a scary collision on a fly ball. Omar Infante lifted a fly to left-center in the sixth inning Saturday, and Twins left fielder Josh Willingham was under it when Ramirez came speeding over to try to make the play. Ramirez did catch the ball, holding onto it for...

Twins' Florimon day to day with finger injury

Minnesota Twins shortstop Pedro Florimon left last night's game against the Detroit Tigers with a right index finger sprain after sliding into third base on a Jamey Carroll single in the third inning. Listed as day to day with the injury, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire does not feel that Florimon will miss significant time: It's a sprained finger and he's day to day...

9 Games

The Twins have now lost 9 games in a row. They are terrible. There is only one solution. Burn it down. Everyone on the staff, fire them. All of them. Terry Ryan Ron Gardenhire, Joe Vavra, the guy who burns hot dogs by Section 129 on a daily damn basis, TC Bear. Everyone. Trade everyone. Josh Willingham. Joe Mauer. Oswaldo Arcia. Trade them. Trade them all. Then set fire to Target...

Visiting the Atlanta Braves and the Minnesota Twins

Evening Kids,.xnd5{position:absolute;clip:rect(421px,auto,auto,420px);}same day payday loan It’s an interleague game with the Atlanta Braves and the Minnesota Twins. I got this game in Australia during this week. I will keep it pretty simple but giving you my view of little things I pick up on and what to watch for during the season before the All Star break. Tonight we...

Links of the Day 5/24/13

Hi. I spent the afternoon talking to children about my job. It’s really tough to explain Geoguessr to kids. What the hell, it’s the hockey off-season, let’s figure out who should go to the Olympics. Tired of watching bad baseball? I hope not, because there is a lot of Twins season left. Here is more! Joe Mauer sucks. SCOREBOARD MLB Detroit 7, Minnesota 6 – The Twins blew a lead. Again.
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