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KYLE GIBSON RUMORS & GOSSIP

The One Glairing Issue with Kyle Gibson

The Minnesota Twins took Kyle Gibson in the first round of the 2009 Draft and he quickly became one of the better pitching prospects in baseball. Now through 61 career starts in just his second full Major League season, the 27-year old hurler is 23-24 with a 4.42 ERA. He’s gotten noticeably better each year. Gibson posted an ERA above six in ten starts during the 2013 season and...
Via Baseball Essential
July 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Kyle Gibson on Pitching to Contact

Kyle Gibson is a tall pitcher with a low K rate. The Minnesota Twins right-hander is 6-foot-6 and has fanned 5.76 batters per nine innings this season. Last year, that number was an even-more-contact-heavy 5.37. Strikeouts aren’t what he does. Gibson relies on ground balls for the majority of his outs. A first-round pick in […]
Via Fangraphs
June 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Gibson provides Twins with jolt in road win

With a sore back the culprit, Twins right-hander Kyle Gibson had to push his latest start back more than 10 days. Turns out it was worth the wait. Gibson spun a gem Tuesday in Minnesota's series opener, proving the back was no longer an issue. He allowed just two hits and struck out six Royals batters as the Twins topped Kansas City 2-1 at Kauffman Stadium. "I felt good. My back...
Via Fox Sports North
July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Twins Injury Update: Kyle Gibson, Byron Buxton

Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kyle Gibson is hoping to return to team’s rotation soon, reports Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Berardino adds that outfield prospect Byron Buxton returned to action Thursday night with High-A Fort Myers after missing five games with a sore wrist:#452359856 / gettyimages.comGibson missed his last start Wednesday with back stiffness...
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Gibson looks to take home success on the road

The Minnesota Twins have, surprisingly enough, posted a better record on the road so far than this season than they have at Target Field. After Wednesday's win in Toronto, the Twins are now 16-16 on the road and 15-17 home. For Kyle Gibson, the opposite has been true. After beating the Houston Astros on Saturday in Minneapolis, the Twins 26-year-old right-hander improved to 4-1 with...
Via Fox Sports North
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Gibson bounces back, but to no avail

MINNEAPOLIS -- Kyle Gibson has fallen into a pattern. Every time the Twins right-hander has a rough outing, he's followed it up with a bounceback effort. That scenario was true again on Wednesday against the Texas Rangers. Fortunately for Minnesota, Wednesday's start was one of Gibson's bounceback outings after he allowed five runs in San Francisco over the weekend. Unfortunately...
Via Fox Sports North
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Is Kyle Gibson like, good?

Kyle Gibson had the pedigree of a star after constantly making top prospect lists throughout his minor league career, and not just for the Twins, but for the entire league.  He had the track record with some very good minor league seasons, including 2013 before he was called up.  Then he finally made his debut last June and looked very good against Kansas City and suddenly the...
Via Down with Goldy
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Minnesota Twins: Gibson hot on the mound

Minnesota Twins Target Field The Minnesota Twins have finally got their record to sit above the .500 mark.  And it only took three weeks to do so. At least, during this season. The last time the Twins had a winning record was May 13, 2013, when their record was 18-17. With this feat finally accomplished, there is one pitcher who has stood out as a great benefactor to reaching that...
Via isportsweb.com
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Twins' Gibson pitches a gem, nearly goes the distance

MINNEAPOLIS -- Kyle Gibson wanted to go the distance. The Minnesota Twins right-hander was through eight scoreless innings Thursday against Toronto and had thrown 105 pitches. It was his best start as a major leaguer, and Gibson felt he still had plenty in the tank to pitch one more inning. Unfortunately for Gibson, Twins pitching coach Rick Anderson had other ideas. "Andy came up...
Via Fox Sports North
April 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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