The Spring Training countdown is on for the Minnesota Twins. Pitchers and catchers report to Fort Myers, Fla., on Feb. 18 (Just 89 days from now). The club also announced the spring schedule, which features 17 games at Hammond Stadium.
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Twins introduce special instructors for spring training
Twins’ spring training begins when pitchers and catchers report to Fort Myers, Florida on February 18. Special instructors to the players include former closer Eddie Guardado along with Twins’ greats Tom Kelly, Tony Oliva, Paul Molitor, Rod Carew, Jim Kaat and Terry Steinbach.
Cold? Twins spring training just four weeks away
It may be brutally cold this week, but a sure sign of spring is right around the corner: Pitchers and catchers report to Fort Myers in exactly one month. And as new GM Terry Ryan told Fox Sports North, the best way to forget about 2011 is to head to Florida.
Twins' spring training home in Florida to get $40M in renovations
The Minnesota Twins' spring training home in Fort Meyers, Fla., is getting a major facelift. The team and Lee County announced Friday that nearly $40 million in upgrades will be made to Lee County Sports Complex, including an expansion in seating at Hammond Stadium.
Twins invite 25 non-roster players to spring training
Relief pitcher Phil Dumatrait, catcher Rene Rivera and outfielder Brian Dinkleman were among 25 non-roster players invited to Twins' spring training on Tuesday. All three spent time in the Big League roster last season. Spring training begins when pitchers and catchers report to Fort Myers, Florida on February 18.
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