Only one team stands between the Minnesota Twins and a spot in baseball's World Series. At the Metrodome tonight (Tues) the Twins will take on the Anaheim Angels in the opening game of the American League Championship Series.
The Minnesota Twins host the Anaheim Angels later today for game one in the American League Championship Series at the Metrodome. The Twins season has been magical so far. The team has survived the threat of contraction, injuries, and the Oakland A's in the division series.
What do Bud Selig and the Oakland A's have in common? Both failed to eliminate the Minnesota Twins in 2002. Behind a dominating performance from starting pitcher Brad Radke, the Twins beat Oakland 5-4 in the fifth and deciding game of the divisional playoffs on Sunday.
The Minnesota Twins improbable season continues with game one of the American League Championship series scheduled for tomorrow night at the Metrodome. The Twins advanced to the A-L-C-S with a 5 to 4 victory over the Oakland A's in the deciding game of their series yesterday.
Well, there is one epidemic that the state doesn't need any statistics to confirm... Twins Fever. 55 thousand baseball fans will fill the Metrodome today for game three of the playoff series against Oakland.
Playoff baseball returns to Minnesota tomorrow (Friday), when the Twins host the Oakland Athletics in game three of their first-round playoff series. The last post-season baseball game at the Metrodome was the Twins' game seven victory in the 1991 World Series.
The Minnesota Twins open the postseason on the road this afternoon agaist the Oakland A's. Game time is 3 o'clock. Sure, one team's from the Midwest, the other from the West Coast. One is in the playoffs for the third straight year, the other hasn't tasted baseball's post-season since 1991.
The Minnesota Twins are preparing for the post season for the first time since 1991. The Twins clinched the A-L Central yesterday with a win over Cleveland and a White Sox loss to the Yankees. Gordon Wittenmeyer follows the Twins for the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
The Minnesota Twins beat the Seattle Mariners three to two last night, lowering their magic number for winning the A.L Central to 11. Minnesota begins a big three game series tomorrow night against the red-hot Oakland A's at the Metrodome, and officials expect attendance to be high.
This is a pivotal day for the future of Major League Baseball, as players and fans await word on whether this weekend's games will proceed as usual or will be cancelled by a player's strike. A strike could prematurely end a stellar season for the Minnesota Twins.