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Topic - Trevor Plouffe
The Minnesota Twins are waiting for Oswaldo Arcia to consistently have nights like the one he had Friday.
Padres starter Tyson Ross pitched well enough to win. If only San Diego's hitters had been able to solve Phil Hughes.
The Minnesota Twins had an early lead and were going for a sweep against the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Phil Hughes didn't come to Minnesota to be a savior. He just wanted to throw strikes and help his new team win some games.
Ubaldo Jimenez finally had his breakthrough with the Baltimore Orioles.
Thanks to Ricky Nolasco, the Minnesota Twins didn't need to use their tired bullpen.
Trevor Plouffe had a chance to rally the Twins late in the game. Minnesota's top hitter just missed a pitch and the Twins suffered another frustrating loss.
It is customary in baseball for a pitcher to be awarded a commemorative baseball after his first big league win, a nice keepsake to reflect upon years down the road.
Yordano Ventura lived up to his nickname of "Ace" in two dazzling starts to begin his season.
Right fielder Chris Colabello misjudged a fly ball. Third baseman Trevor Plouffe never saw a liner hit at him. And catcher Josmil Pinto made the most glaring mistake when he threw the ball into left field for an error during a double steal.
With the Minnesota Twins well into a truly wild rally, Jason Kubel and Chris Colabello shared a joke as they waited for their turn to bat.
The Minnesota Twins agreed to one-year contracts with their three players arbitration: third baseman Trevor Plouffe, left-handed reliever Brian Duensing and right-hander reliever Anthony Swarzak.
The Minnesota Twins placed third baseman Trevor Plouffe on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion Wednesday after he was struck in the head by Dan Uggla's shin while breaking up an attempted double play.
Trevor Plouffe and the Minnesota Twins were both out of options.
"That's our goal is to win series. Would have liked to get this last one here," Plouffe said. "But we'll take it and see what we can do against the National League."
"That's a big difference for us, two guys in the middle of our order," Plouffe said of Willingham and Arcia, who both rejoined the Twins on Monday.