A's Win Streak Extends To 11, Helped By 2 Errors In 10thThe A's pushed their winning streak to 11, rallying from a two-run deficit to beat the Twins 13-12 Wednesday when Luis Arraez threw away Ramón Laureano's grounder for Minnesota's second error of the 10th inning.
A's-Twins Monday Matchup Postponed Due To Minnesota's Continued COVID ProblemsThe game between Minnesota and the Oakland Athletics scheduled for Monday night at the Coliseum has been postponed because of the Twins’ continued COVID-19 problems.
From UOP To MLB: Lefty Pitcher Lucas Sweany Signs With Minnesota TwinsLucas Sweany signed with the Minnesota Twins this week.
Spring Training Report: MLB Enters Spring Training Under A Dark CloudThe offseason has been eventful, but not in the way that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred would like.
Baseball Report: Mike Trout And MLB's Record-Breaking WeekendFrom Mike Trout to Justin Verlander to the Minnesota Twins, Major League Baseball enjoyed a weekend of records and milestones.
Baseball Report: Twins, Indians Fight For American League CentralThe Twins and Indians are now tied for the AL Central lead, as the the Indians' unlikely comeback continues.
Marcus Semien Hits Grand Slam, Solo Homer As A's Beat TwinsMarcus Semien's second big swing of the day finally gave the Oakland Athletics some breathing room in an oh-so-tight series with the AL Central-leading Twins.
Garver's Go-Ahead Single In 12th Inning Lifts Twins Past A'sMitch Garver hit a go-ahead single with one out in the 12th inning, sending the Minnesota Twins past the Oakland Athletics 4-3 on Wednesday night.
Baseball Report: Are These Twins For Real?The AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins are hitting the cover off the ball and getting enough strong pitching to hold off opponents.
Baseball Report: Cubs Challenging In NL CentralThe Chicago Cubs swept a weekend series with the St. Louis Cardinals, and now sit just half a game out of the National League Central lead.
Wild Card Games Five Things You Missed: Yankees, D-backs AdvanceIn the highest-scoring wild-card round ever, New York and Arizona survived.