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2015 Schedule
83-79, 2nd in AL Cent
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My hypothetical awards selections

The Cy Young races hold a lot of intrigue, where Cubs ace Jake Arrieta could trump the Dodgers' duo of Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke.

Did Twins fall in Power Rankings?

Minnesota ended the season in disappointing fashion by missing the playoffs and being swept by Kansas City at home. Was that enough to drop the Twins in our final rankings? Find out here

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: AL Central

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each AL Central team:

  • Chicago White Sox: Jose Abreu
  • Cleveland Indians: Michael Brantley
  • Detroit Tigers: Miguel Cabrera
  • Kansas City Royals: Lorenzo Cain
  • Minnesota Twins: Brian Dozier

Royals secure home-field with win over Twins (0:42)

Royals end Twins' playoff hopes

Yordano Ventura struck out 11 over 7 innings, as the Royals beat the Twins 5-1, officially eliminating Minnesota from playoff contention. Box score

Royals top Twins

Kansas City got its third straight win to bring the season total to 93, the most wins the team has had since the 1980 season. Minnesota is now 1.5 games back of Houston for the second AL wild-card spot.

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Still room for error

The Astros have a high chance of making the playoffs, but it's not guaranteed. With a full weekend of baseball still ahead, both the Angels and Twins have at least a 10 percent chance of playing October baseball.

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Friday preview: Five things to watch

The final weekend of the season will determine the AL West champ and the league's final wild-card spot, with the Astros, Angels and Twins still alive.

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All tied up in AL

Going into Friday, the Rangers and Yankees both own an 87-72 record. The Twins and Angels are both 83-76, and the Astros are 84-75. There is a weekend of baseball before the end of the season. Let the games begin!

Twins aren't ready to call it a season

They broke a ninth-inning tie to stay in the thick of the race for the AL's final wild-card berth. Minnesota will host Kansas City this weekend as one of three teams in the hunt. Thursday's Top 5

Twins win to keep wild-card hopes alive

Minnesota scored three unanswered runs in the eighth and ninth innings to beat the Indians 4-2. The Angels are currently losing 4-1 to the Rangers in the sixth, and if that result holds, L.A. and Minnesota will both be one game back of the Astros for the second AL wild-card spot. Box score

Twins and Indians tied at 2 late

The Indians scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh, but the Twins evened it up in the top of the eighth thanks to Eduardo Escobar's RBI double. The Twins went into the game 1.5 back for the AL's second wild card and are trying to stay alive for the postseason. Follow live

Twins look to keep postseason hopes alive

Minnesota sits 1.5 games back of the second AL wild-card as it takes on Cleveland in the finale of the four-game series. Even if the Twins win, their fate still rests on the Angels and Astros, who are ahead of Minnesota in the race for the second wild-card spot. Follow live

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24726th
On Base Percentage.30528th
Slugging Percentage.39918th
Earned Run Average4.0719th
Quality Starts7620th

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