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Boof Bonser looking for a home in 2015

Boof Bonser

Broof Bonser spent time in the China Professional Baseball league in 2013-14. Former San Francisco Giants first-round draft pick and Minnesota Twins starter Boof Bonser hasn’t had contact with major league teams about pitching in 2015. The journeyman pitcher is hoping for a call after spending the last four years bouncing around the minors, recovering More...

by Matthew Orso | Published 3 years ago

Kurt Suzuki
By Matthew Orso On Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Orioles no longer interested in Kurt Suzuki; Dodgers a dark horse?

Kurt Suzuki’s trade-deadline fate is up in the air. (David Richard/USA Today Sports) The Baltimore Orioles are no longer interested in Kurt Suzuki, according to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal. Suzuki, whose More...

Minnesota Twins preview
By Jake Mastroianni On Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Minnesota Twins preview: Better pitching, similar results

Expectations are high for Ricky Nolasco after signing the biggest free-agent contract in Twins history. (Ben Garvin/Pioneer Press) It’s been a difficult couple of years for Minnesota Twins fans. After winning More...

By Chris Moran On Monday, November 11th, 2013

Top performers of Arizona Fall League: Alex Meyer

Alex Meyer could help the Twins as early as the 2014 season. (www.rantsports.com) Alex Meyer was a first-round draft pick of the Washington Nationals in 2011. He had turned down big dollars from the Boston Red More...

By Chris Moran On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Minnesota Twins: How bad was their rotation?

Mike Pelfrey had an ERA of 5.19, the fourth highest in major-league baseball. (Jason Miller/Getty Images) Everybody knows the Minnesota Twins have an awful starting rotation. Except for Twins General Manager Terry More...

Minnesota Twins players Justin Morneau, Joe Mauer and Josh Willingham greet each other at home plate.
By Kevin Lochner On Friday, March 29th, 2013

Minnesota Twins preview: No place to go but up in Twin Cities

Justin Morneau, Joe Mauer and Josh Willingham need to be the engines that drive the Minnesota Twins. (Jesse Johnson/USA TODAY Sports) The 2012 Minnesota Twins starting pitchers finished next-to-last in the majors More...

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