Few young prospects in baseball have the raw power of Adam Brett Walker II, the huge 6-foot-4, 225-pound right-handed hitting outfielder in the Twins organization. I have just watched Walker II compete in the 2015 Arizona Fall League. Having just turned 24 in October, Walker II hit some very long home runs as the ball […]
The Twins have announced their Minor League staff positions for the 2016 season, with a number of key coaches and managers returning.
Byung Ho Park’s arrival at Target Field was met with the first snowstorm of the season. An evening meal after signing his four-year, $12 million contract with the Twins was local fare, not one of the Korean first baseman/designated hitter’s usual delicacies.
Slugging Korean first baseman Byung Ho Park was officially introduced as a Twin at snowy Target Field on Wednesday, where in just over four months, he will look to follow in the footsteps of good friend and fellow Korean Jung Ho Kang of the Pirates.
First baseman Byung Ho Park, a masher in the Korean Baseball Organization, is an ideal fit for a lineup that is becoming as dangerous as it was back in the era of Torii Hunter, Justin Morneau and the young, American League batting champion Joe Mauer.
Twins general manager Terry Ryan said he had a productive first day of the Winter Meetings on Monday, and that adding relief help remains his top priority, but nothing is imminent.
Twins manager Paul Molitor met with the media Monday at the Winter Meetings.
In this week’s Twins Inbox, fans ask about power relievers, Miguel Sano’s shift to the outfield, Joe Mauer’s future behind the plate and more.
The Twins are on the lookout for an outfielder this offseason, but one who can fill a backup role, which bodes well for young players such as Byron Buxton, Miguel Sano, Eddie Rosario and Max Kepler.
Twins manager Paul Molitor met with the media on the first day of the Winter Meetings on Monday, and reiterated his desire for third baseman Trevor Plouffe not to be traded this offseason.
The Twins lost reliever Zack Jones to the Brewers in the Rule 5 Draft, but decided to pass on all phases Thursday. The Twins are usually active in the Rule 5 Draft, as they’ve selected several pitchers in recent years such as Scott Diamond, Ryan Pressly and J.R. Graham. But with the No. 17 pick, […]