Tommy Milone

#33 SP / Minnesota Twins / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 220 lb Age: 28 College: None Bats/Throws L/L

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      Twins' Tommy Milone: Agrees to one-year deal with Twins, avoids arbitration

      Milone agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million contract with the Twins on Thursday to avoid arbitration, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports. Milone posted a promising season for the Twins in 2015, finishing with a 3.92 ERA and 1.27 WHIP, that leaves him in contention for a starting spot in the rotation again in 2016. While the 28-year-old can't consistently touch the 90's with his fastball, he still managed to strike out 91 batters over 129.2 innings and did up his average fastball velocity approximately 1.2 MPH over the previous season. While he may not have the best stuff on the staff, the 28-year-old does have the distinct advantage of being the only southpaw among those contending for a spot in the back end of the rotation, giving him a legitimate shot at staying on the big league roster once again.

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      Twins SP Tommy Milone strikes out five in no-decision

      Twins starting pitcher Tommy Milone took a no-decision Saturday despite a quality start, allowing just one run on six hits and two walks over six innings while striking out five. He ends the season on a high note, and Milone will finish 2015 with a 3.92 ERA and 1.27 WHIP, numbers right in line with his career prior to last year's stumble.

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      Twins' Tommy Milone turns in solid outing in spot start Monday

      Twins pitcher Tommy Milone won his ninth game Monday against Cleveland as he allowed two runs on four hits over 5 2/3 innings. He struck out four and didn't walk a batter. Milone threw 82 pitches, and that was probably his limit considering he hadn't pitched since September 17th. An illness for Phil Hughes forced Milone into action, and it's unclear if he'll pitch again this season, but he showed why he's a fine backup to have around. His ERA is down to 4.04 to go with an 86:34 K:BB in 122 2/3 innings.

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      Twins pitcher Tommy Milone makes emergency start on Monday

      Twins pitcher Tommy Milone (shoulder) will start Monday's contest against the Indians. With Phil Hughes a late scratch with an illness, manager Paul Molitor tabbed Milone to take over in his place. Milone missed his last start due to shoulder fatigue, but was able to throw a bullpen session over the weekend and is apparently healthy enough to get the start Monday.

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      Twins SP Tommy Milone throws bullpen session Saturday

      Twins pitcher Tommy Milone threw a 35-pitch bullpen session without any issues on Saturday and could return in a relief role as soon as Monday, MLB.com reports. Milone will not return to the rotation unless needed, manager Paul Molitor said. It sounds like he'll make a few appearances in relief the rest of the season.

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      Twins SP Tommy Milone set for bullpen session Saturday

      Twins starter Tommy Milone (shoulder) will throw a bullpen session Saturday, according to Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. A bout of shoulder fatigue kept Milone off the mound Wednesday, and Paul Molitor said Friday that the left-hander has been slow to respond to treatment, adding that "there's deadness" in the shoulder. The bullpen session might be Milone's last chance to make a case for another start before the season ends, but the Twins certainly won't chance it if they remain in the playoff race.

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      Twins SP Tommy Milone could make another start this season

      Twins general manager Terry Ryan indicated Thursday that left-hander Tommy Milone will throw again "in a day or two," and hasn't ruled out another start before the season ends, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Milone missed his most recent scheduled start Wednesday because of the issue, but it sounds as though he could pitch again this season. There's no guarantee, however, so it's worth monitoring his progression.

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      Twins will skip Tommy Milone on Wednesday due to shoulder woes

      Twins pitcher Tommy Milone will miss his next scheduled start due to shoulder fatigue, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "It was a combination of just not quite feeling right and a lack of feel for pitches," manager Paul Molitor said. "I think it's a little soreness, but more just a fatigue thing than soreness." He'll be replaced by Phil Hughes for Wednesday's start. It's not clear how long Milone will be out or if he'll be available out of the bullpen.

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      Twins SP Tommy Milone has dreadful outing vs. Indians

      Twins starter Tommy Milone was awful Thursday against the Angels, giving up five runs on four hits and three walks while recording only four outs. He was fortunate to avoid the loss, as opposing starter Hector Santiago was a disaster of his own, giving up five runs while getting just two outs. Nonetheless, Milone has now surrendered a dozen runs in five innings over his last two starts, sending his ERA soaring back over the 4.00 mark. He's a risky roll against the Indians on Wednesday.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Twins SP Tommy Milone gets rocked by White Sox

      Twins starter Tommy Milone had a rough outing on Saturday. The left-hander got shelled for seven runs (four earned) on eight hits over 3 2/3 innings in the 8-2 loss to the White Sox. He needed 82 pitches--48 strikes--before being yanked in the fourth inning. Milone (8-5, 3.73 ERA) cruised through the first three innings, as his mates grabbed him an early 2-0 lead. But things completely fell apart for him in the fourth inning, when Milone got battered around for all seven of his runs. Milone had been pitching well coming into the game. Over his previous six outings (five starts), he posted a 2.93 ERA in 30 2/3 innings.

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