The Twins surprised most people on the planet by winning more than 80 games and nearly making the AL playoff field.
Even manager Paul Molitor furiously waved at Ramirez to 'Get the [bleep] off the field!' after his three-run homer. Pitcher Ricky Nolasco did not see the flip but promised that 'He'll get his. Don't worry.'
You won't find many big names on waivers, but Al Melchior recommends several of the potentially overlooked options among two-start pitchers this week.
Yankees righty Masahiro Tanaka was dominant in his first start since April 23. That story and more is in today's edition of Eye on MLB.
Ryan Howard is likely to be on the move this summer. Here's a look at the eight most likely landing spots as well as more news from around Major League Baseball.
Sonny Gray's matchup is too good to ignore. Ditto the Rockies and Carlos Gonzalez. Heath Cummings offers lineup advice for a fat (slate) Tuesday.
Here in The Eye we'll provide news, rumors and recaps on every single MLB team for Wednesday's action, but the big story is Indians starter Corey Kluber striking out 18.
Mark Buehrle foiled the Orioles and Heath Cummings' lineup Tuesday night. But Matt Harvey represents a nice start to a bounce-back Wednesday.
Mets prodigy Noah Syndergaard had a good debut that was overshadowed by Kris Bryant. The Rockies lost their 10th straight game and the A's broke a six-game losing streak. All that and much more. Come get caught up!
A total of 11 games, including six evening affairs, around Major League Baseball. Check back for updates on all of it.

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