Game Recaps

Blue Jays 9, Twins 3: Jackie Robinson Day Ruined

Things looked good for the Twins early on, but in the 6th things took a turn for the worse, as they always seem to do against the Blue Jays.

Twins 4, Royals 3: SWEEP!

Twins sweep Royals by coming back after allowing a come back.

Nolasco, Dozier, Mauer Lead Twins to 7-1 Win

Ricky Nolasco goes eight strong as Brian Dozier and Joe Mauer back him up with pivotal bombs.

Gibson, Twins Throttle Royals 10-1

A Twins starter pitching INTO THE SEVENTH INNING. NOT A MISPRINT.

A's 6, Twins 1: Oakland Sweeps Minnesota at Home

The Twins dropped their third in a row today, as the A's swept the 3-game series in Minnesota. Brian Dozier put the Twins on the board right away in the first inning with a solo homer, but after...

Recap: Twins 3, Athletics 8: A's Spoil Home Opener

Oakland likey Correia

Twins 10, Indians 7: Cleveland Colabello'd

Chris Colabello: from independent ball, right into your heart.

Twins 7, Indians 3: Gardy Wins 1000th Game

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire wins his 1000th game as the team's manager.

Twins Blow Late Lead, Lose 7-6 In 11 Innings

The Twins had a late lead against the White Sox, but several miscues in the late innings led to a loss.

Recap: Sox 5 Twins 3

Nolasco surrenders 10 hits in opening day defeat.

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October 23, 1991: World Series Game 4 vs Braves

A gut-wrenching loss in 12 innings put Atlanta back in the World Series. Minnesota would look to take control back in pivotal Game Four.

October 22, 1991: World Series Game 3 vs Braves

Having won both games in the Metrodome, the Twins headed into Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium confident with a 2-0 lead.

October 22, 1987: World Series vs Cardinals Game 5

After getting beat by the Cardinals (usually outclassed Tom Lawless) in Game Four, the 1987 World Series was tied.

October 21, 1987: World Series vs Cardinals Game 4

Great pitching from John Tudor and an implosion by Juan Berenguer let the Cardinals back into the series in Game Three. The Twins turned staff ace Frank Viola with hopes of stealing a game in St. Louis.

October 20, 1991: World Series Game 2 vs Braves

The Twins had yet to lose a World Series game in the Dome. Would it happen tonight?

October 20, 1987: World Series vs Cardinals Game 3

Playing in their first World Series in 22 years, the Twins took a 2-0 lead into St. Louis.

October 19, 1991: World Series Game 1 vs Braves

After taking three in a row from the Blue Jays in Toronto, the Twins were on their way to their second World Series in five years. This time they would be taking on a dynasty in its infancy: the Atlanta Braves.

October 18, 1987: World Series vs Cardinals Game 2

Frank Viola and Dan Gladden combined to obliterate the Cardinals in Game One of the 1987 World Series. Bert Blyleven was up for Game Two.

October 17, 1987: World Series Game 1 vs Cardinals

After taking out the Tigers in five games, the underdog Twins were moving onto the World Series.

October 14, 1965: World Series Game 7 vs Dodgers

On the back of a Bob Allison homer and a full game of heroics from Mudcat Grant, the Twins had evened the series at three games apiece. Game Seven would feature one thing that no other game in the series provided: a pitcher's duel.

October 13, 2002: ALCS Game 5 vs Angels

After three straight losses to the Angels, the Twins were down three games to one and on the brink of being kicked out of the playoffs for the first time since 1970.

October 13, 1991: ALCS Game 5 vs Blue Jays

The Twins were on the verge of their second World Series appearance in five years. But first they had to beat Tom Candiotti.

October 13, 1965: World Series Game 6 vs Dodgers

With their backs against the wall, Twins manager Sam Mele went to Mudcat Grant on two days' rest. Would it pay off?

October 12, 2002: ALCS Game 4 vs Angels

The Twins turned to Brad Radke in Game Four of the 2002 ALCS, after late power from Troy Glaus lifted the Angels over the Twins in Game Three.

October 12, 1991: ALCS Game 4 vs Blue Jays

The Toronto crowd was out of the game. The Minnesota Twins took advantage.

October 12, 1987: ALCS Game 5 vs Tigers

Offensive surges early and late swung the game in the Twins' favor.

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