TWINS RUBES Twins Starters Putting the Pressure On
In 2010, the inaugural season at Target Field, Carl Pavano started 32 games for the AL Central Champion Minnesota Twins. Pavano went 17-11 with a 3.75 ERA, including a league-leading 7 complete games.... Posted on 5/21/13 at 3:47 PM
A Connecticut police search warrant affidavit says a high school classmate of Minnesota Twins pitcher Carl Pavano threatened to reveal an alleged homosexual relationship they had and write a book about it unless Pavano apologized and bought him a luxury SUV.
Carl Pavano's return to the Minnesota Twins brought the steady, durable and experienced right-hander back to the top of the rotation. This also created a pool of six established starting pitchers for the five spots.
At noon Wednesday, reports hit the Internet that the New York Yankees and general manager Brian Cashman had been in contact with the agent of pitcher Carl Pavano. Reportedly, the Yankees were interested in signing the veteran right-hander to a one-year deal.
Carl Pavano and the Twins agreed on a $16.5 million, two-year contract Wednesday night, ensuring the popular right-hander who made the 'stache cool again in Minnesota will be back to provide stability to the team's rotation.
North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven’s famous facial hair could soon earn him national bragging rights, the American Mustache Institute announced Monday.
The institute named Hoeven a finalist for the “Robert Goulet Memorial Mustached American of the Year” award.
Also up for the award: Minnesota Twins pitcher Carl Pavano.
The first regular-season Major League Baseball game at the outdoor Target Field for the Minnesota Twins is over. The Twins beat the Boston Red Sox 5-2, with three hits by Minnesota native Joe Mauer and the ballpark's first-ever regular-season home run by Jason Kubel.
Carl Pavano pitched seven sharp innings in his season debut, and J.J. Hardy and Justin Morneau each homered for the second straight game in the Twins' 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night.
Boston Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz and second baseman Dustin Pedroia both got roughed up the Minnesota Twins during a 7-2 loss.
Pedroia strained his left wrist in the first inning while diving for a ball hit by Denard Span. The 2008 AL MVP was charged with a throwing error on the same play and finished the inning but did not return.
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