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2016 Schedule
57-103, 5th in AL Cent
Rodon fans first seven batters, ties AL record (0:35)
Anderson adds some insurance with two-run blast (0:31)

Lineup: Twins (57-102) at White Sox (77-82)

  • 1. Brian Dozier, 2B (R)
  • 2. Jorge Polanco, SS (S)
  • 3. Robbie Grossman, LF (S)
  • 4. Miguel Sano, DH (R)
  • 5. Kennys Vargas, 1B (S)
  • 6. Eduardo Escobar, 3B (S)
  • 7. John Ryan Murphy, C (R)
  • 8. Logan Schafer, RF (L)
  • 9. Byron Buxton, CF (R)
  • SP: Tyler Duffey, RHP
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Thursday's five longest homers

The Cardinals' Jedd Gyorko heads Thursday's list with a nearly 450-foot shot, the longest of his career at Busch Stadium.

Gibson slips and falls on the mound (0:34)
Buxton gets Twins on top with RBI triple (0:31)
Kepler lays out for big catch to end inning (0:20)
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Brian Dozier surpassed expectations

Keith Law didn't project Dozier to even have average power, but here he is with 42 home runs this season. A change in the 29-year-old's swing and approach has led to his power surge. Law: Players I was wrong about (Insider)

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Twins finally put two on the board

Kennys Vargas' sixth-inning two-run homer on Wednesday ended a streak of 106 consecutive frames without scoring multiple runs in an inning for the Twins. It was the longest streak in the majors since the 1942 Phillies had a 109-inning streak of this type, per the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Wednesday's longest home runs

Just because the Braves and Twins have two of the worst records in baseball doesn't mean their guys can't slug. Matt Kemp and Kennys Vargas paced the competition on Wednesday, while Hunter Renfroe's 413-footer was the first to hit the roof of the Western Metal Supply Co. at Petco.

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Eduardo Escobar shows off rare power

Escobar isn't known for hitting home runs, but he sure got a hold of one against the Royals on Tuesday. His fourth-inning blast off Ian Kennedy traveled a career-long 448 feet, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Tuesday's longest home runs

Miguel Cabrera hit yet another home run that traveled over 440 feet, but he was bested on Tuesday by a player with just six homers in 100 games this season -- Eduardo Escobar. Yoenis Cespedes also reached 440 feet on his blast.

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Which Twins have mastered spin rate?

Spin rate is a relatively new factor of pitching being explored, but those who do it best are finding success. Ryan Pressly is among pitchers with the highest spin rates on curveballs. Why spin rate matters (Insider)

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Twins still No. 30 in Power Rankings

The bad news: The Twins reached 100 losses on Sunday. The good news: The team has locked up the No. 1 pick in next year's draft. Week 25 Power Rankings

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Twins' 100 losses lead to Dozier record

The Mariners beat the Twins 4-3 on Sunday, Minnesota's 100th loss of the season. That gives Brian Dozier the record for most home runs (42) in a season by any player in MLB history for a team that lost at least 100 games, per the Elias Sports Bureau.


Cruz homers twice, Mariners beat Twins 4-3

Nelson Cruz homered twice before leaving with left wrist soreness, Jesus Sucre homered for the first time in 14 months and the Seattle Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 on Sunday.


Sano, Duffey lead Twins to 3-2 win over Mariners

Miguel Sano hit a tiebreaking homer in the bottom of the fourth inning and Tyler Duffey pitched seven strong innings for his best start in more than a month as the Twins beat the Mariners 3-2.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25121st
On Base Percentage.31722nd
Slugging Percentage.42114th
Earned Run Average5.1230th
Quality Starts5830th

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