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2016 Schedule
37-61, 5th in AL Cent
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Home run Hanley clears the Monster (0:29)

Lineup: Twins (37-60) at Red Sox (54-41)

  • 1. Eduardo Nunez, SS (R)
  • 2. Joe Mauer, 1B, (L)
  • 3. Miguel Sano, 3B (R)
  • 4. Brian Dozier, 2B (R)
  • 5. Max Kepler, RF (L)
  • 6. Kennys Vargas, 1B (S)
  • 7. Eddie Rosario, LF (L)
  • 8. Juan Centeno, C (L)
  • 9. Byron Buxton, CF (R)
  • SP: Tommy Milone, LHP
  • Daily notes

Lineup: Twins (35-60) at Red Sox (54-39)

  • 1. Eduardo Nunez, DH (R)
  • 2. Robbie Grossman, LF (S)
  • 3. Joe Mauer, 1B (L)
  • 4. Brian Dozier, 2B (R)
  • 5. Miguel Sano, 3B (R)
  • 6. Max Kepler, RF (L)
  • 7. Eduardo Escobar, SS (S)
  • 8. Juan Centeno, C (L)
  • 9. Byron Buxton, CF (R)
  • SP: Kyle Gibson, RHP
  • Daily notes

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All-time #MLBRank: No. 9 Walter Johnson

Johnson was baseball's original strikeout king; he was the only member of the 3,000 strikeout club for over 50 years. Johnson led the league in strikeouts a record 12 times, one more than Nolan Ryan. His 110 shutouts are 20 more than any other player in MLB history. Nos. 10-1

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Twins' deadline status: sellers

The Twins are obvious sellers, and interim GM Rob Antony has a chance to make his mark at the trade deadline, Jim Bowden writes. Ervin Santana and Fernando Abad are among the names drawing significant interest. Trade deadline objectives (Insider)

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Twins should consider former Blue Jays GM and last year's Executive of the year Alex Anthopulus for their GM opening. Anthopulus is one of the most respected executives in the game and the type of leader and team builder the Twins so desperately need.

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Twins have trade chips in Abad, Santana

Fernando Abad is probably the best bet to be the first player traded by interim GM Rob Antony, Jim Bowden writes. Antony could also earn himself a permanent job with a big return for Ervin Santana. Trade option rankings (Insider)

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Max Kepler keeps slugging away

Kepler has hit 10 home runs over his last 33 games. He's the fourth Twins rookie over the last 40 years to hit 10 or more homers over a 33-game span, the Elias Sports Bureau reports. The others to do so are Kent Hrbek and Tom Brunansky, both in 1982, and Miguel Sano in 2015.

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Inside Heat: Twins gave Ryan a choice

LaVelle Neal of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune tells Buster Olney the inside scoop of how GM Terry Ryan came to part ways with the Twins and who they could be looking to deal at the deadline.

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The end of the Terry Ryan era

The final years of Ryan's tenure as GM will be marred by some of the worst seasons in Twins history. But that shouldn't be what defines him. Twins Daily

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All-time #MLBRank: No. 63 Harmon Killebrew

A 13-time All-Star and the AL MVP in 1969, Killebrew ranks in the top 15 all time in both home runs (573, 12th) and walks (1,559, 15th). Nos. 70-61

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All-time #MLBRank: No. 75 Rod Carew

Carew was named the 1967 Rookie of the Year with the Twins. The Hall of Famer was an 18-time All-Star and was the 1977 MVP. Carew's .388 batting average in '77 remains the highest for a hitter with at least 500 at-bats since the 1930s. Nos. 80-71

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs435Tied-17th
Batting Average.25117th
On Base Percentage.31621st
Slugging Percentage.41515th
Earned Run Average4.9328th
Quality Starts39Tied-24th
WHIP1.4226th
BAA.28230th

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