Minnesota Twins

Twins Caravan Hits St. Cloud Monday
Nearly 400 Twins fans braved the cold to pack River's Edge Convention Center Monday night for the Twins Winter Caravan. Twins manager Rocco Baldelli, general manager Thad Levine, pitcher Randy Dobnak and former Twins great Dan Gladden were among those on hand to sign autographs and greet fans.
Twins Caravan Tonight in St. Cloud [PODCAST]
The Twins Winter Caravan will be stopping in St. Cloud tonight at Rivers Edge Convention Center. The program starts at 6:30 p.m. with doors opening at 5 p.m. Manager Rocco Baldelli, General Manager Thad Levine, pitcher coach Wes Johnson, pitcher Randy Dobnak, former Twin Dan Gladden and mascot T.C.…
Twins Daily’s Seth Stohs [PODCAST]
Twins Daily's Seth Stohs joined WJON's "Hang Up and Listen" Thursday afternoon. Stohs talks about the Josh Donaldson acquisition, the Twins willingness to deal prospects, the Twins Daily Prospect Handbook and more.
Twins Ink Donaldson To Deal
Donaldson, 34, spent last season with Atlanta, where he posted a .900 OPS with 37 home runs. The move likely means Miguel Sano will shift from third base to first base for the 2020 season.
Twins Daily’s Seth Stohs [PODCAST]
Twins Daily's Seth Stohs joined WJON's "Hang Up and Listen" to talk Twins baseball Tuesday afternoon. Stohs discusses some of the players the Twins did not sign this offseason, the plan for first base, who will fill the rotation vacancies and more hot stove hot topics.
Twins Caravan Set For January 20th At River’s Edge
The Twins' annual Winter Caravan stop in St. Cloud is set for January 20th, 2020 at the River's Edge Convention Center. Tickets are on sale now at the Townsquare Media box office and cost $6 for adults, while kids five and under are admitted free with a kids ticket.
Souhan; Twins Could Sign More Relievers [PODCAST]
The Twins agreed to sign 36-year old relief pitcher Sergio Romo to a 1-year contract Monday. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan likes the signing and thinks the Twins may look to add more relief pitching since they missed out on the top starting pitcher free agents.

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