Snappers, Miracle Combine For 24 Runs

The Beloit Snappers and Fort Myers Miracle brought the lumber to the yard on Saturday, as the two teams combined for 24 runs and 38 hits. Erik Lis led the way driving in six runs for the Snappers, while David Winfree continues to heat up for the Miracle.
August 6, 2006

Roger's Mid-Season Position Player Rankings

In our second installment from Roger, who also is a writer for,, and Gameday-Minnesota, he ranks the top 50 performances by Twins Minor League position players in the first half of the season. This is not a ranking of the best prospects, but rather who is having the best year.
July 18, 2006

TMLN- Matienzo Heating Up

In this edition of Twins' Minor League Notebook, the Wings ride Pete Munro's arm to an 8-1 victory over Norfolk, the Rock Cats score two in the bottom of the 11th to defeat Harrisburg, the Miracle sneak past Dunedin 4-3, and Beloit finishes off Saturday's suspended game with an 8-5 win.
May 2, 2006

TMLN- Swarzak Off To Rough Start

In this edition of Twins' Minor League Notebook, the Rochester Red Wings and New Britain Rock Cats have their weekend games rained out, Anthony Swarzak gets roughed up in the Fort Myers Miracle loss, and Beloit loses a 17 inning affair to the Lansing Lugnuts.(FREE PREVIEW OF PREMIUM CONTENT)
April 23, 2006

TMLN- Slowey Flirts With Perfection

In this edition of TMLN, the Red Wings lose their home opener, the Rock Cats get rained out, the Miracle ride Kevin Slowey's almost perfect arm, and the Beloit Snappers lose an extra innings affair. All that and more.
April 9, 2006

TMLN- Sanchez Walks Off For Beloit

In this edition of Twins' Minor League Notebook, the Red Wings get rained out, the Rock Cats lose their second straight despite a Doug Deeds home run, Anthony Swarzak shows why he is a top prospect, and Henry Sanchez hits a walk off homerun. All that and more.
April 7, 2006

Twins Grab Andrus In Rule V Draft

The Minnesota Twins got athletic outfielder/first baseman Erold Andrus from the New York Yankees in the AAA phase of Thursday's Rule V Draft. Andrus, who was recently ranked #28 among the Yankees' top 50 Prospects, is a high-ceiling talent that cost the Twins a grand total of $12,000. Here's a scouting report on Erold Andrus.
December 8, 2005