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2017 Schedule
9-10, 4th in AL Cent

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On Monday, Twins P Phil Hughes recorded his first win vs. the Rangers since May 25, 2009 when he was on the Yankees, snapping a six-game winless streak against Texas. (Photo: Brad Rempel/USA TODAY Sports)

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Dozier plates three with double (0:24)
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Sano banned 1 game for 'aggressive actions'

Minnesota's Miguel Sano has been suspended for one game for his role in a benches-clearing incident over the weekend. The players' association has appealed the ban.

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Twins catcher closes the ninth on the mound (0:36)
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Avila's towering blast puts Tigers up for good (0:23)
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Will Tigers, Twins face discipline over scuffle? (0:51)
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Tempers flare after Tigers' Jones HBP in face

Miguel Sano and Matthew Boyd were ejected after the lefty threw a pitch behind the slugger. The incident might have been a retaliation after Detroit's JaCoby Jones was hit in the face by a pitch.

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4dAlex Vigderman

Can defense keep AL Central close?

Keeping up with the Indians won't be easy, but thanks to a healthy Lorenzo Cain, the Royals join the Twins and Tigers in bidding to win with improved defense.

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On Friday, the one-year anniversary of Prince's death, the Twins announced plans for a night paying tribute to The Purple One on June 16. In addition to an umbrella giveaway, festivities and honors will include Prince music throughout the ballpark and Prince-themed batting practice shirts and fireworks.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

A scoreless tie was just broken in a bizarre way in Minnesota. With the bases loaded, Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer was in the process of delivering a 3-1 pitch to Jason Castro. Instead, his plant foot slipped off the rubber. Bauer held onto the pitch as he stumbled forward, resulting in a run-scoring balk. He went on to walk Castro anyway.

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Ramirez, Tomlin pace Indians past Twins, 11-4

Jose Ramirez homered and drove in two runs and Josh Tomlin gave up three runs in six innings to lead the Cleveland Indians to an 11-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.

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Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Twins second baseman Brian Dozier gives some insight into his musical side.

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8dDavid Schoenfield

Series to watch in Week 3: Indians at Twins

With a four-game series at Target Field beginning Monday, can preseason favorite Cleveland start the process of restoring the order of things in the AL Central?

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs77Tied-18th
Batting Average.22924th
On Base Percentage.32310th
Slugging Percentage.35826th
Earned Run Average3.516th
Quality Starts9Tied-13th
WHIP1.196th
BAA.2308th

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