Snow might have spoiled some April games yet again, but the Minnesota Twins' bats have been red-hot so far this weekend.
by: Jacob Janower — Sporting News 42m
Freddy Galvis stole the show with his no-glove catch, but there were a lot of other entertaining moments among baseball's coolest happenings Saturday.
by: Tony Pente — Orioles Hangout 53m
The Twins took both ends of a doubleheader with 6-5 and 16-7 wins over the Orioles. The Twins used 10 home runs to score those 22 runs. In game one, the Orioles collected three hits, but left 10 runners on base and went an awful 2-for-13 with RISP....
by: Joe Trezza — MLB: Orioles 1h
BALTIMORE -- Camden Yards has long held the reputation as a hitter-friendly yard. But the way the ball is flying out of that park these days is something else entirely. The Orioles and Twins combined to hit a Major League-record 17 home runs over...
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 2h
The patience that Alex Cobb required to get him through his two stints on the disabled list, the groin injury late in spring training and ...
by: Peter Schmuck — The Baltimore Sun 2h
The Orioles have been giving up home runs at a record pace this season and Saturday shattered the major league record for homers allowed by the end of April.
by: Phil Miller — Star Tribune 2h
Eddie Rosario led the charge. He connected twice in Game 1 and hit an encore home run in Game 2, allowing him to tie Harmon Killebrew and Brian Dozier's franchise record of five home runs in a three-game stretch..
by: Tom Haudricourt — USA Today 2h
The Milwaukee Brewers' Christian Yelich has loved hitting at home this season, smacking all 13 of his home runs at Miller Park.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 4h
NEW YORK (AP) — All-Star slugger Aaron Judge hurt his left oblique while taking a swing and was expected to head to the injured list as the already banged-up New York Yankees beat the Kansas City...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 4h
BALTIMORE—It’s no secret that the Orioles have been allowing home runs at a record pace. When Alex Cobb, who started the second game, allowed home runs to Nelson Cruz and C.J. Cron in the first inning, it meant the Orioles had become the first team...
by: AP — Fox Sports 4h
by: DAVID GINSBURG — The Washington Times 5h
Eddie Rosario homered twice for a second consecutive game, Byron Buxton hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the sixth inning and the Minnesota Twins beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 Saturday in the open
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 5h
Eddie Rosario homered twice for a second consecutive game, Byron Buxton hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the sixth inning and the Minnesota Twins beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 Saturday in the opener of a doubleheader.
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