The Twins' newest callup is a home grown prospect from Northfield, Minnesota. Here's his biography.
He wasn't sharp, but Vance Worley gave up only 1 run in 6 innings in yesterday's game. Tonight, the Twins look for Scott Diamond to pitch just as effectively.
One is a soft-tossing rookie lefty. The other is also a portsider, but also has more velocity and service time. The two square off this afternoon at Target Field.
Scott Diamond was much better on Sunday afternoon than he was in his first outing back on April 13th. Here's why.
Vance Worley came over in the Trevor May deal. What kind of pitches does he throw, and where will he fit in the rotation in 2013?
The Twins already have five catchers in camp as a part of their 40-man roster. What will happen to all of the other NRI catchers?
Sam Deduno wasn't terrible in the rotation last season, in spite of his command issues. Yet he finds himself buried in this spring's depth chart for starters.
Fans of the Twins and their minor league system will recognize James Beresford. Will he make others recognize him in 2013?
Have you heard of side-arming reliever Bryan Augenstein? Possibly not. Find out what you need to know right here.
Sean Burroughs' career wasn't supposed to go quite like this. But he has a chance to catch on with the Twins in 2012.