Could you leave everything behind and start a new life in another city tomorrow? That's what the trade deadline asks of MLB players.
Injuries, underperformers and streaky play have put the Twins in an unfamiliar position -- last place in the AL Central.
Harmon Killebrew gave Minnesotans a ballplayer -- and a person -- that they were proud of during a Hall of Fame career.
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The Yankees methodically swept the Twins again in an ALDS that lacked intrigue.
Sure, the Twins are in an 0-2 hole against the Yankees as their ALDS shifts to the Bronx, but they can pull off the impossible if they just follow a few easy steps.
The controversial non-strike call wasn't the only reason the Twins fell to the Yankees, 5-2, in ALDS Game 2, but it certainly didn't help.
Everything about this year's installment of the Twins -- new year, different stadium, bigger payroll -- was different ... except the result against the Yankees.
The Twins played their first official game in their new home, and not seeing a roof overhead is a pleasant change of scenery.
The Twins and their fans won't miss the Metrodome itself, but they will miss the many wonderful memories left behind.
Justin Morneau's season is over due to a stress fracture in his back.
Joe Mauer has become the American League's best player, and Twins fans can't picture their home-state hero in any other uniform.
It was a nightmarish ending for Brad Radke and Torii Hunter, who could have played their final game for the Twins.
Brad Radke takes the mound Friday in Game 3 with the only big league team he's ever known down 0-2 to the A's and on the brink of elimination.
Frank Thomas continued his remarkable comeback season by powering the A's to a win in their Division Series opener.
While they displayed great power, the Yankees also did the little things in eliminating the Twins.