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Washington Times › 3 weeks ago
Young sluggers known for their prodigious power, Pete Alonso and Yordan Álvarez knocked the Rookie of the Year voting out of the park.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
Third baseman Anthony Rendon, who helped lead the Washington Nationals to their first World Series championship, is a finalist for the National League Most Valuable Player award.
One America News Network › Sports › 1 month ago
Third baseman Anthony Rendon, who helped lead the Washington Nationals to their first World Series championship, is a finalist for the National League Most Valuable Player award.
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Angels star Mike Trout going for 3rd AL MVP award
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Novice or known commodity? As the Mets head into the home stretch in their managerial search, Joe Girardi remains on the board — at least for the moment — but at least five other candidates, none of whom have managed in the major leagues beyond the...
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
HOUSTON — Twins bench coach Derek Shelton is getting a second interview with the Mets as they pursue a successor to Mickey Callaway, The Post has learned. Joe Girardi was to get his second interview Tuesday, Eduardo Perez on Wednesday and Tim Bogar...
The Boston Globe › Sports › 1 month ago
Dana LeVangie’s successor will have to figure out how to structure the flow of information and relay it to the pitching staff.
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
Derek Shelton probably isn’t old enough to wear the label “baseball lifer,” but he also won’t be confused with the younger breed of managerial hopefuls competing for the eight open spots across MLB. The 49-year-old Twins bench coach is among...
Forbes › Finance › 1 month ago
On Oct. 5, 2004, the Minnesota Twins opened their second division series against the Yankees and their third straight postseason appearance by getting five double plays to get Game 1 for the second straight season. They haven't won a postseason game...
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
While the New York Yankees were dousing themselves with cheap drinks down the hall in the Target Field basement, the Minnesota Twins were left to wonder how 101 wins, 307 homers and so much summer fun could lead to such an abrupt autumn exit.
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
It isn’t like Gleyber Torres snuck up on anyone who’s watched him play every day for the last two years. You can’t excel in New York City in a vacuum, and Torres has excelled from the moment he arrived at Yankee Stadium last year. He started...
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
After completing a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins in the American League Division Series with a 5-1 victory on Monday night in Minneapolis, the New York Yankees get a four-day break before opening the American League Championship Series on...
One America News Network › Sports › 1 month ago
After completing a three-game sweep of the Minnesota Twins in the American League Division Series with a 5-1 victory on Monday night in Minneapolis, the New York Yankees get a four-day break before
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Torres slugs Yankees to 5-1 win for ALDS sweep, handing Twins 16th straight postseason loss
New York Daily News › Sports › 1 month ago
The night began with Torii Hunter throwing the ceremonial first pitch to Joe Mauer, energizing the over-capacity crowd gathered for the first postseason game
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Torres slugs Yankees to 5-1 win for ALDS sweep, handing Twins 16th straight postseason loss
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Torres slugs Yankees to 5-1 win for ALDS sweep, handing Twins 16th straight postseason loss
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Torres slugs Yankees to 5-1 win for ALDS sweep, handing Twins 16th straight postseason loss
The Boston Globe › Sports › 1 month ago
Gleyber Torres hit a second-inning homer, scored on each of his two doubles, and made a pair of sparkling defensive plays in a 5-1 victory Monday night.
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
MINNEAPOLIS — Emboldened by his lineup’s ability to hit more home runs than any other team in baseball history, Dave St. Peter figured it was time for the Twins to finally knock off the Yankees in October. St. Peter, the Twins’ president and...
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