The Twins went 305-343 during his tenure.
We don’t know what to expect now.
It doesn’t get much easier for Cleveland in the AL Central this season. And, Francisco Lindor is the toast of the towna��unsurprisingly, I might add.
We cap off your weekend with yet another AL Central duela��this time between JosA� Quintana and Danny Duffy. Plus, Ivan Nova is going to get paid, friends.
The White Sox got off to a red-hot start, but slipped during the month of May. James Shields bolsters their rotation, but what about the offense?
We’re only two weeks into the MLB regular season, and it’s already getting clouded. Are there any standout favorites? Did surprises carry over from week 1?
These five clubs aren’t short on star power, or even potential star power. But there are plenty of question marks within each starting rotation.
Detroit’s pitching was abysmal last season. Is trading one of their more valuable bats the answer?
If the White Sox aren’t ready to compete in 2016, it’s time to think about selling high with Chris Sale. Again.
With an excess of starting pitching talent, should the Cleveland Indians move one piece for a bat?
Even though he signed just before the 2015 season, should the Twins consider moving Ervin Santana?
Could Alcides Escobar be the odd man out in Kansas City?
How much does Miguel Cabrera have left in the tank?
The Royals weren’t expected to do what they did last season, and now they’ve picked up from where they’ve left off and are cruising towards an AL Central title.
The AL Central is still technically the Tigers’ to lose, but they are far from guaranteed favorites.
After two failed attempts, the Kansas City Royals look poised to hold onto first place in the AL Central. Can they stay on top for good?
The job of a major league beat reporter is one that many covet, but few truly understand. In fact even I, coming off my first full year covering the Minnesota Twins, am still finding myself learning the ropes on pretty much a daily basis.
Surely this is Detroit’s division to lose, but can Terry Francona keep the Indians relevant after shocking the baseball world last year? Can Kansas City threaten for the wild card spot?