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2022 781.7 14 3 21 5 .250
2021 1382.3 23 8 34 14 1 .251
2020 .000
3y Avg. 682.3 12 4 17 7 0 .250
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Moves to 60-day IL

    The Twins transferred Kirilloff (wrist) from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day IL on Tuesday, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Kirilloff has already been ruled out for the season after undergoing surgery earlier this month to shorten the ulnar bone in his right wrist and clean up scar tissue, so his move to the 60-day IL is merely procedural. The transaction clears a spot on the 40-man roster for right-hander Aaron Sanchez, whose contract was selected from Triple-A St. Paul ahead of his scheduled start Tuesday in Houston.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Surgery goes as planned

    Kirilloff underwent successful surgery Tuesday in Los Angeles to shorten the ulnar bone in his right wrist and clean up scar tissue, Darren Wolfson of Channel 5 Saint Paul reports. Kirilloff's season will come to an early end for the second year in a row due to right wrist surgery, with his latest procedure performed by Dr. Steven Shin and considered more uncommon than the prior one, which involved ligament damage. It's the third major surgery of the 24-year-old's professional career, as he previously missed the entire 2017 minor-league season while recovering from Tommy John surgery. The Twins are hopeful that Tuesday's procedure will provide a more permanent fix for Kirilloff's lingering wrist issues, and the expectation is that he'll be ready to go for spring training. He concludes the 2022 campaign with a .250 average, three home runs, 21 RBI and 14 runs over 155 plate appearances with the big club.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Needs wrist surgery

    Kirilloff is scheduled to undergo season-ending ulnar shortening surgery on his right wrist next Tuesday in Los Angeles, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Kirilloff has now missed time on account of issues with his right wrist in three of the past four seasons, so the Twins are hoping that the surgery will address the matter once and for all. It's the second major procedure of Kirilloff's career, as the 24-year-old previously missed the entire 2017 minor-league campaign after requiring Tommy John surgery. Though the Twins expect Kirilloff to get a clean bill of health heading into spring training, he could need some time to regain strength in the wrist and tap into more power. Perhaps due in no small part due to the lingering wrist problems, Kirilloff has already struggled to hit for the sort of power in the majors that many projected during his prospect days, as he owns a .398 slugging percentage over 387 career big-league plate appearances.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Shelved again with wrist issue

    Kirilloff (right wrist inflammation) was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Kirilloff has dealt with wrist issues for several years now, most notably in 2019, 2021 and much of this season. Perhaps this will be the last straw that will lead to another surgery (he tore ligaments in the right wrist in 2021). Max Kepler, Byron Buxton and Trevor Larnach are all banged up as well, so the likes of Nick Gordon, Jake Cave, Kyle Garlick and Mark Contreras will be asked to pick up the slack.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Remains on bench

    Kirilloff (wrist) isn't starting Monday against the Tigers. Kirilloff was removed from Saturday's matchup against San Diego due to right wrist soreness, and he'll be out of the lineup for a second consecutive game. Kyle Garlick will take over in left field and bat fifth.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Won't start Sunday

    Kirilloff (wrist) is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Padres. After exiting Saturday's 7-4 win with right wrist soreness, Kirilloff will need at least one day off to heal up. Considering that Kirilloff underwent surgery on that same wrist last season and spent nearly three weeks on the injured list earlier in the season due to inflammation of the wrist, it's somewhat troubling that he's hampered by it again. For now, consider Kirilloff day-to-day heading into Monday's series opener with the Tigers.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Exits with wrist injury

    Kirilloff exited Saturday's game with right wrist soreness Saturday against the Padres, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. Kirilloff exited the game in the seventh inning, with Mark Contreras taking his place in right field. There are no details about the severity of the injury, though Kirilloff has a history of wrist injuries -- he was forced to the injured list with inflammation in the same wrist earlier this season -- which makes this news more concerning.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Hitting streak ends

    Kirilloff went 0-for-4 in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to the Brewers. The empty showing at the plate ended a nine-game hitting streak for Kirilloff, who produced a .344/.417/.375 slash line during that stretch. Kirilloff should be a solid source of batting average while he continues to hold down an everyday role in the corner outfield, but he hasn't yet tapped into the power that some might have expected from him based on what he did at Triple-A St. Paul earlier this season (.641 slugging percentage). With Max Kepler (toe) on the bench for the second day in a row in Wednesday's series finale with Milwaukee, Kirilloff will slide over from left field to start in right while serving as the Twins' No. 6 hitter, according to Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Takes seat Saturday

    Kirilloff isn't in the lineup Saturday against the Rangers. Kirilloff has started against just two left-handed pitchers this year, and he'll take a seat with southpaw Martin Perez on the mound Saturday. Nick Gordon is taking over in left field and batting ninth.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Serving as designated hitter

    Kirilloff (undisclosed) will bat sixth and serve as the designated hitter Friday against the Rangers, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Kirilloff left Wednesday's game against the White Sox after colliding with Andrew Vaughn at first base, though he was said to be fine after the game. He's officially good to go following Thursday's scheduled off day, though the fact that he'll be the designated hitter may suggest that he's not quite 100 percent.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It finally happened. My boy's all grown up, socking two dingers in a 3-for-4 performance Tuesday at the White Sox. They weren't the first balls Kirilloff has hit hard since returning from the minors in mid-June. In fact, judging from his 92.7 mph average exit velocity during that time, he's hit everything hard. But it was a rare alignment of results with expectations, and I for one expect it to continue. As a reminder, Kirilloff hit .359 with 10 homers and a 1.106 OPS in his latest stint in the minors, finally shaking the wrist injury that's plagued him since early last season. He did leave Tuesday's game after a collision at first base, prompting cries of "here we go again," but word is he's fine.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: OK after collision

    Kirilloff, who left Wednesday's game in the top of the seventh inning after he was involved in a collision with White Sox first baseman Andrew Vaughn, was said to be OK after the game, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Kirilloff was shaken up after the play but apparently did not suffer an injury. He may have been removed for a defensive replacement and pinch runner after reaching first base even if he avoided the collision.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Exits after collision

    Kirilloff was removed from Wednesday's game in the top of the seventh inning after he was involved in a collision with White Sox first baseman Andrew Vaughn, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports. He went 1-for-4 with an RBI before exiting the contest. Kirilloff was credited with his lone hit of the day on the play in question. While Kirilloff was running to first base, he was upended by Vaughn, who dove directly into Kirilloff's running lane to retrieve an errant throw. Though Vaughn's foot was off the bag and Kirilloff reached on an infield single, Kirilloff looked to be in pain and was quickly pulled for a pinch runner. The Twins should provide a diagnosis for Kirilloff's injury later Wednesday.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Clubs two homers

    Kirilloff went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run, a solo home run and an additional run scored in an 8-2 win against the White Sox on Tuesday. Kirilloff powered Minnesota with a single and a run in the fourth, a solo shot in the fifth and a two-run homer in the seventh. The 24-year-old has been heating up of late with four multi-hit outings in his last nine, and he is 12-for-32 with two doubles and three home runs in that span.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Possible waiver wire pickups

    It's taken Kirilloff a minute to get going after his latest promotion from Triple-A, prompting fits of here-we-go-again from the disillusioned masses, but he finally delivered that breakthrough game Wednesday, going 3 for 4 with a double and his first home run. He now has six hits in his past three games. It was only a matter of time to see him do some real damage given that his average exit velocity is up over 93 mph since returning. He was straight-up murdering the ball at Triple-A, batting .359 with 10 homers and a 1.106 OPS. It's true his failures stand out more than his successes so far in his big-league career, but keep in mind he's been hampered by a wrist injury for most of it.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Homers in three-hit game

    Kirilloff went 3-for-4 with a two-run home run and a double in Wednesday's 7-6 extra-inning loss to the Guardians. Kirilloff got the Twins on the board with his sixth-inning blast off Guardians starter Cal Quantrill. In 12 games since rejoining the big-league roster, Kirilloff is 13-for-40 (.325) with a homer, five doubles, 12 RBI and five runs scored. A pair of three-hit efforts in his last two games has helped to lift his season slash line to .261/.293/.377 in 75 plate appearances. His homer Wednesday was his first of the year.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Sitting in Game 2 of twin bill

    Kirilloff is out of the lineup for the second game of Tuesday's doubleheader with the Guardians. Southpaw Konnor Pilkington is on the mound for the Guardians in Game 2, so the lefty-hitting Kirilloff will cede his spot at first base to the righty-hitting Jose Miranda. In the Twins' 3-2 loss in Game 1, Kirilloff went 0-for-3 with a strikeout.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Waiver Wire Targets

    Of course, it's kind of easy for interesting young players to get lost in the shuffle because there are quite a few of them out there on the wire at any given moment right now. We're still waiting for Kirilloff to make an impact at the major-league level the way he has in the minors, but maybe Monday's three-hit game can be the start of something. He had a couple of hard-hit balls Monday and now has a very strong 53.3% hard-hit rate in the majors this season, and he has just seven strikeouts in 36 plate appearances since returning from the minors, and if he continues to hit the ball hard while avoiding strikeouts, the production will come. He remains a potential difference maker.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Sleeper hitters for Week 13 (June 27-July 3)

    Kirilloff has been a little slow out of the gate after his torrid stretch at Triple-A, but this week figures to be his coming-out party with an eight-game slate against mashables like Zach Plesac, Cal Quantrill, Jordan Lyles and Tyler Wells.
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  • Twins' Alex Kirilloff: Plates three runs

    Kirilloff went 1-for-3 with a double and three RBI in Saturday's 6-0 win over the Rockies. The three RBI were a season-high total for Kirilloff, who is slashing .222/.214/.370 in eight games since receiving a call-up from Triple-A St. Paul on June 17. He'll start at first base and bat fifth in Sunday's series finale, and Kirilloff should be a fixture in the Minnesota lineup while Luis Arraez continues to play regularly at second base in placed of the injured Jorge Polanco (back).
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