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Jays' Halladay improves to 8-0 vs. Twins (AP):
Toronto Blue Jays' Marco Scutaro, right, is congratulated by teammate Jose Bautista, center, after hitting a two-run home run off Minnesota Twins' Matt Guerrier in the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, April 16, 2009, in Minneapolis. Twins catcher Jose Morales, left, looks on." align="left" border="0">
After seven dominant innings, Roy Halladay humbly offered this: He just wanted to hold the lead. Halladay reared back and stifled the Twins again, and the Toronto Blue Jays breezed past Minnesota 9-2 on Thursday with another round of relentless swings. Light-hitting leadoff man Marco Scutaro hustled home for a first-inning run off Francisco Liriano (0-3) and broke the game open with a two-run shot...
Crede's HR in Chicago return lifts Twins (AP):
Minnesota Twins closer Philip Humber, right, smiles as he celebrates with catcher Jose Morales after the Twins defeated the Chicago White Sox 12-5 in a baseball game, Friday, April 10, 2009 in Chicago." align="left" border="0">
Ron Gardenhire had seen it so many times that when Joe Crede started rounding the bases at U.S. Cellular Field, one thought crossed his mind. And it can't be printed. Then, the realization hit the Minnesota Twins' manager. "This time, it was for us, so that's good," Gardenhire said. Crede homered against his former team, Justin Morneau also went deep and Minnesota beat the Chicago White Sox 12-5...
Twins' season reaches its lowest point: CHICAGO Twins catcher Jose Morales left U.S. Cellular Field on crutches Saturday after having his 3-for-3 major league debut derailed by a sprained left ankle. Yet, of all the recently promoted players trying to make an impression on the Twins this weekend, Morales might be the lucky one: At least his stumble was injury-related. One day after Julio DePaula delivered the worst ninth-inning meltdown in recent memory five batters faced, no outs, five runs the Twins tested other members of this year's Class AAA Rochester crop in some big spots. The results were good, bad and then just plain
Notes: LeCroy a familiar face for Twins: The Twins selected Matthew LeCroy's contract from Triple-A Rochester and moved the injured Jose Morales to the 60-day DL to make room for LeCroy on the 40-man roster.
Return of LeCroy triggers many smiles: CHICAGO - Riding their longest losing streak of the season, the Twins trudged into the clubhouse Sunday morning and found someone to put smiles on their faces. Matthew LeCroy was back. After batting just .194 for Class AAA Rochester this season, LeCroy was promoted to replace Jose Morales, who was placed on the 60-day disabled list after spraining his left ankle Saturday. LeCroy was a team favorite when he played for the Twins from 2000 to 2005. After spending last season with Washington, he returned for spring training but didn't make the Twins roster. "They gave me t
Twins: Catching help is on the way with Morales: The Twins will purchase the contract of catcher Jose Morales from Class AAA Rochester and have him available tonight for the start of a three-game series in Chicago against the White Sox. Morales, who hit .311 for Rochester, is needed as a backup because of injuries to Joe Mauer (strained left hamstring) and Mike Redmond (strained ligaments in his left middle finger). Morales will fly in from his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico. "I don't think things have really changed that much," Twins General Manager Terry Ryan said when asked about the injuries. "I think Redmond
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