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MINNEAPOLIS -- After missing 69 games with a concussion, Twins outfielder Wilkin Ramirez has been reinstated from the 15-day disabled list. He was activated prior to Mondays game against Cleveland at Target Field.
Ramirez last played May 25 and appeared in just 23 major league games this year prior to sustaining a concussion. The 27-year-old Ramirez batted .244 with five RBI and three doubles. He started in just 10 games and was also used as a pinch hitter and defensive replacement.
In 14 minor league games as part of his rehab assignment with both High-A Fort Myers, Double-A New Britain and the Gulf Coast League Twins, Ramirez was 9-for-49 (.184).
Ramirez was not in the lineup Monday for the series opener against the Indians. The Twins had an open roster spot for Ramirez when they traded utility infielder Jamey Carroll to the Royals on Sunday.
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The Minnesota Twins have reinstated outfielder Wilkin Ramirez from the disabled list after missing 69 games with concussion problems.
Ramirez was first put on the disabled list on May 26. He struggled with lingering symptoms for quite a while before beginning a rehab assignment three weeks ago. Ramirez says he sought the counsel of Twins first baseman Justin Morneau, who has a long...
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins aren't often thought of as a home run hitting team. But on Tuesday, they set a major league home run record.
Outfielder Josh Willingham's solo home run to the second deck in left field Tuesday extended Minnesota's streak of 23 consecutive runs scored solely via home runs. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, that is now the longest...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Andrew Albers didn't think things could get any better than his major league debut last week.
He proved himself wrong Monday.
The Twins left-hander tossed a two-hit shutout against the Cleveland Indians, going the distance in Minnesota's 3-0 win. After pitching 8 13 scoreless innings in his first big league start last Tuesday, Albers outdid himself one start...
The Minnesota Twins have placed first baseman Justin Morneau on revocable waivers.
If Morneau is claimed before Wednesday's deadline, the Twins can work out a trade with the claiming team, let that team take his contract or pull him back and keep him in Minnesota. If he is not claimed, the Twins are free to negotiate with any team.
Morneau was drafted by the Twins in 1999 and...
Take a close look at the .GIF from Friday night’s game between the Twins and White Sox. You may notice a very odd situation happening as Chris Colabello’s home run entered the Twins’ bullpen area, and that would be what looks to be Jared Burton delivering a knockout punch to Brian Duensing. The sleuths over at the Pioneer Press were able to do some digging and found out that...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Immediately after their 5-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, the Twins announced they're parting ways with veteran third baseman Jamey Carroll.
The team traded the 39-year-old to the Royals for a player to be named later or cash. Kansas City will be his seventh stop during a 12-year career.
Carroll appeared in 59 games this season and hit .230 with...
Home runs have powered the Minnesota Twins' recent surge.
Superb pitching, however, is the main reason they're on the verge of their longest home winning streak in 14 months.
That successful combination may be on display again Tuesday night as the Twins go for another victory over the struggling Cleveland Indians.
Minnesota (53-63) has won four of five games thanks to the...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Twins first baseman Justin Morneau knows it's out of his control whether or not he gets traded. That was his approach leading up to the July 31 non-waiver deadline, and he's taking things the same way as the Aug. 31 waiver deadline approaches.
On Tuesday, however, baseball analyst Peter Gammons reportedthat Morneau was placed on waivers. Earlier this month...
The Chicagoland long-ball barrage of August 2013 is now over.
And the Twins return home this week having emerged on the better end of it.
Brian Dozier and Joe Mauer's fifth-frame home runs provided enough leeway in Minnesota's 5-2 victory Sunday that closed out a 3-1 series win against the White Sox. The twin shots were the team's 10th and 11th of the four-game stretch...
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins announced the completion of the Drew Butera trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In exchange for Butera, the Twins received left-hander Miguel Sulbaran from the Dodgers.
Sulbaran is a 19-year-old pitcher from Venezuela who pitched this year for the Class A Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League. In 23 games (16 starts) this year, Sulbaran was 6...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The last memory of second baseman Jamey Carroll for most Royals fans was of him mopping up in the eighth inning of the Twins' 13-0 loss last week to the Royals at Kauffman Stadium.
Carroll was effective, retiring the Royals in order.
"With this bullpen and this staff, I don't think I'll be doing that again," Carroll said Monday afternoon...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Royals have added infield depth by making a trade with the Minnesota Twins for Jamey Carroll.The Twins will get either a player to be named or cash. The deal was announced after both teams played Sunday.The Royals beat Boston 4-3 and are in playoff contention.The 39-year-old Carroll singled and scored for the Twins in their 5-2 win over the...
Andrew Albers threw a two-hitter in his second career start and
the Minnesota Twins backed him with a pair of home runs to beat the
Cleveland Indians 3-0 Monday night.
The Minnesota Twins have placed first baseman Justin Morneau on revocable waivers, according to MLB Network's Peter Gammons. A lot of players get placed on waivers, but Morneau may draw the attention of a few teams. Here are some of the teams who could show interest in the 32-year old Morneau:
The Pirates had shown interest in trading for Morneau before...
If you are a Minnesota blogger who writes about hockey, it's assumed that at some point, you will enrage the city of Edmonton. It's not one of those "this is something that might happen, so watch out" things, it's essetially an assumed eventuality. Destiny. I'm not entirely sure why. Maybe Edmontonians are fed up with their battle with Calgary and decided...