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5hDavid Schoenfield

Wednesday's power rankings

Bryce Harper hit his 18th home run of the season as the Nationals continue to win.

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Are Twins a threat to make postseason? (1:47)
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23hDane Mizutani

Rapid Reaction: Twins 6, Red Sox 4

A pair of home runs from Dustin Pedroia wasn't nearly enough for the Red Sox as the Twins completed the three-game sweep with a 6-4 win Wednesday.

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Minnesota Twins' Salary: By the Numbers

The Minnesota Twins rank 54th of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligence report revealing the sports franchises that spend the most on their players.

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2dAndrew Krammer

Rapid Reaction: Twins 2, Red Sox 1

Backed by a strong start from Clay Buchholz, the Boston Red Sox (21-25) stayed within reach but couldn't muster the hits to beat the Minnesota Twins.

2dDavid Schoenfield

Recent draft history: AL Central

The Kansas City Royals have drafted the most WAR over the past 10 years at 84.1, more than double the value the Cleveland Indians have drafted.

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3dDavid Schoenfield

Time to give the Minnesota Twins some love

The Minnesota Twins are ahead of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central and they're breathing down the necks of the Kansas City Royals.

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3dAndrew Krammer

Rapid Reaction: Twins 7, Red Sox 2

Success from a series win over the Los Angeles Angels didn't carry over to Memorial Day for the start of Boston's long stretch against the Twins.

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Twins by the numbers: Dozier matches season high with 4 RBI

Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier was 2-for-5 with two home runs and four RBIs in Sunday’s win over the Chicago White Sox. It was Dozier’s second career multihomer game, his first since July 7, 2014, against the Colorado Rockies, and his second four-RBI game this season.

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4dChristina Kahrl

Sunday's power rankings

Sunday's top performances in baseball included another strong start by Michael Wacha, who improved to 7-0 by beating the Royals.

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5dDoug Padilla

White Sox retire 1st baseman Konerko's No. 14

Paul Konerko, Chicago's reluctant superstar, had his No. 14 retired Saturday by the White Sox before their game against the Minnesota Twins.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs2128th
Batting Average.25710th
On Base Percentage.31120th
Slugging Percentage.38917th
Earned Run Average3.9416th
Quality Starts2023rd
WHIP1.3220th
BAA.27029th

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