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AL Central Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
CHW 0-0 0-0
DET 0-0 0-0
CLE 0-0 0-0
MIN 0-0 0-0
KC 0-0 0-0

Schedule

Regular season
@ NYY
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@ NYY
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@ NYY
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@ CHW
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@ CHW
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@ CHW
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vs TB
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vs TB
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vs TB
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vs LAA
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Top Twins News

  • Twins' Rich Hill: Doesn't expect to miss time

    Hill (elbow) expects to be ready when spring training resumes, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

    When exactly play resumes remains to be seen, though reports suggest that won't happen before mid-June at the earliest. That fits with Hill's timeline, as he's been targeting a return in June or July since undergoing elbow surgery back in October. He's been able to throw throughout the shutdown, allowing him to stay on his original timetable.

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  • Twins' Travis Blankenhorn: Sent to Rochester

    The Twins optioned Blankenhorn to Triple-A Rochester on March 9.

    Blankenhorn will make the jump to the International League for the first time after batting .278/.312/.474 (125 wRC+) with 18 home runs and 11 steals in 410 plate appearances at Double-A Pensacola in 2019. After being added to the 40-man roster over the winter, the 23-year-old could get the opportunity to make his MLB debut at some point later in 2020.

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  • Twins' Nick Gordon: Beginning year at Rochester

    The Twins optioned Gordon to Triple-A Rochester on March 9.

    In a repeat season at Rochester in 2019, Gordon showed significant improvement at the dish, but his .298/.342/.459 slash line (102 wRC+) still only translated to just above league-average production. While the 2014 first-round pick should eventually make his MLB debut at some point this season, the Twins likely view him as a more of a utility infielder over the long haul.

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  • Twins' Dakota Chalmers: Sent to Pensacola

    Chalmers was optioned to Double-A Pensacola on March 9.

    The 23-year-old has yet to pitch above High-A ball, so he didn't merit serious consideration for the Twins' Opening Day roster. He's expected to spend the entire season at Double-A, though a promotion to Triple-A Rochester could be in the cards if he excels early on for Pensacola.

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  • Twins' Michael Pineda: No suspension reduction

    If the 2020 season is less than 162 games due to the delay necessitated by the COVID-19 epidemic, the recent agreement between MLB and the MLB Players Association on a reduced season is believed to mean that Pineda will still need to serve the remaining 39 games of his drug suspension, Skor North 1500 KSTP-AM Minneapolis reports.

    Pineda's fantasy value would decline as a result as he would have missed only 39 of 162 games and returned in mid-May under a full-season schedule. With a shortened season, however, he could now miss from one-third to one-half of the campaign. Pineda was suspended 80 games in early September for taking a banned diuretic. The suspension was later reduced to 60 games after he argued it was not being used as a masking agent for a performance-enhancing drug, and he served the first 21 games of the penalty last season.

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  • Twins' Blaine Hardy: Undergoes Tommy John surgery

    Hardy underwent Tommy John surgery last week, Phil Miller of the Star Tribune reports.

    Hardy dealt with elbow issues last season and received platelet-rich plasma injection in August. That procedure evidently didn't have the desired results, so he elected to go under the knife. He likely won't be back in game action until the middle of the 2021 campaign.

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  • Twins' Byron Buxton: Would have made Opening Day

    Buxton (shoulder) would have been in the Opening Day lineup had the season started on time Thursday, manager Rocco Baldelli told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "Buck's rehab could not have gone smoother," Baldelli said. "Physically, mentally, he's in a tremendous spot."

    Buxton underwent surgery on his torn labrum in September, which placed his availability for Opening Day in question. However, he would have been ready for Opening Day had it started on time. He now looks set to begin the season as Minnesota's starting center fielder whenever the MLB season begins.

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Injuries

Player Injury
M. Pineda SP Michael Pineda SP Suspension
R. Hill SP Rich Hill SP Elbow
F. Romero RP Fernando Romero RP Not Injury Related

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