The Minnesota Twins sent German phenom OF Max Kepler down to AAA Rochester and released veteran journeyman OF Ryan Sweeney.
The Minnesota Twins are hoping some of their younger players, such as OF Eddie Rosario, can lift up the middle and the back end of their batting order.
Trevor May, who came into spring training vying for a spot in the Minnesota Twins' rotation, has been designated to the bullpen after several not-so-impressive outings this spring.
The Minnesota Twins are going young again in center field with 21 year-old Byron Buxton, the latest of their unproven outfield projects.
The Minnesota Twins got a nice surprise when music superstar Elton John dedicated a song to them during a concert in Florida this week.
Mineesota Twins ace Phil Hughes, down 15 pounds this spring, is hoping to return to his 2014 form when he won 16 games.
Miguel Sano, the Minnesota Twins' 22 year-old slugger, hopes to be the first player in franchise history to hit more than 35 HRs in a season, a feat last accomplished by Harmon Killebrew in 1970.
Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor banned the use of hoverboards in the team's clubhouse this season as a precaution for players potentially getting hurt while riding or using them; nearly the entire team was seen last year riding them around the locker room in the final month of the season as part of the hoverboard craze sweeping the country.
Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor will try Miguel Sano, the club's young slugger, in the outfield and will not play him at third base even when Trevor Plouffe has a day off.
Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier says he's fully recovered from the torn hip labrum he suffered last season and is ready to resume his role with the club.