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Top Twins prospect Sano impresses in debutOver the winter, the Twins discussed the idea of having Miguel Sano make a few trips over to big league camp to let him show off his highly touted bat and play a little third base. Ron Gardenhire mentioned it again Wednesday to a Minors field coordinato…Share TweetThe Astros put on a home-run display under the lights at Joker Marchant Stadium, homering four times -- Carlos Corporan twice -- in a 7-2 win. Starter Lucas Harrell held a lineup of Tigers regulars to three hits over five innings of two-run ball.Share Tweet
Mauer, Pelfrey among Twins to work in Minors gamesMost of the Twins' regulars spent Thursday on the back fields playing Minor League games, and as far as manager Ron Gardenhire knew, they all got their work in as expected.Share Tweet
Mauer, Morneau deserve to stick togetherThey're back for a 10th season together, friends and teammates, the faces of the Minnesota Twins. For Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau, this is a season of sweetness on a couple of levels. Both of them are healthy again, and both of them sense that the Twin…Share Tweet
Efficient Sale supported by sluggersChris Sale allowed three runs over seven innings and got plenty of offensive support as the White Sox downed the Brewers, 8-3, on Thursday at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. Jeff Keppinger and Gordon Beckham homered and Alex Rios had two doubles and …Share TweetSCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Cleveland Indians have optioned right-hander Trevor Bauer and two other pitchers to Triple-A Columbus.Share Tweet
The young stars of the Kansas City Royals: Is 2013 finally their break-out year?yahoo.com Mar 21, 2013SURPRISE, Ariz. - All eyes were on spring sensation Yasiel Puig on Wednesday, when his Los Angeles Dodgers played the Kansas City Royals. Puig is having a monster spring. Two hits in his first two at-bats Wednesday raised his average to .521 and made hiShare Tweetyahoo.com Mar 21, 2013Friday marks 20 years - Can it be that long? - since Cleveland Indians pitchers Steve Olin and Tim Crews died in a boating accident that also injured teammate Bob Ojeda. It happened on Little Lake Nellie in Florida, within sight of Crews' home and aboShare Tweet