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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Joe Mauer
After adding Ricky Nolasco and Phil Hughes in the offseason, the Twins expected their rotation to be better.
James Shields and the Royals were undone by sloppy defense.
Chris Colabello isn't taking a single moment in the majors for granted.
Ricky Nolasco liked everything but the result. That was just a little too familiar for the Twins.
The number is staggering. In the past three years, the Minnesota Twins have lost 291 games. Ninety-nine in 2011. Ninety-six each of the last two seasons.
Joe Mauer drove in the game's first run with a first-inning single, and four Minnesota Twins pitchers combined to two-hit the Philadelphia Phillies in a 1-1 tie Sunday.
Chris Parmelee's three-run homer off left-handed reliever Jose Mijares broke open a close game in the sixth inning on Saturday, and the Minnesota Twins went on to beat the Boston Red Sox 6-2.
Five things to know about the Minnesota Twins as they start spring training camp:
For the Twins, change is a coming. Joe Mauer is switching to first base and two of the top prospects in the game are heading to Minnesota.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Zach Parise has become the latest Minnesota sports star to be a father of twins.
Baseball officials are up front about this: They want to ban home plate collisions to guard their investments.
Baseball officials are up front about this: They want to ban home-plate collisions to guard their investments.
The Minnesota Twins are playing it safe with All-Star catcher Joe Mauer after having seen up close the damage concussions can do to a player.
Minnesota Twins star Joe Mauer has not considered sitting out the rest of the season to let his concussion heal.
Minnesota Twins All-Star catcher Joe Mauer has been given permission by a concussion specialist to begin a light exercise program.
"It wasn't a tough decision, but it was just because I love to catch and I've put in so much work to become the catcher that I was," Mauer said.
"When I kept gathering information, to be honest with you, it wasn't really even a decision," Mauer said last month. "I kept searching to see if it was going to be OK, if it was going to be safe for me to go back there and catch, and I just wasn't finding that."