It's the latest story in a series telling the surreal experience reporters had at spring training when the coronavirus pandemic took over.
It's part three in a series describing the sudden MLB lockdown amid the coronavirus.
It's part two of a series detailing the surreal spring training as the coronavirus impacted the MLB.
The games may not count, but there are several things to keep Twins fans occupied.
The right-hander was sent back to the Dominican Republic to submit paperwork for a new visa.
You know the usual suspects, but there are other players to keep an eye on in Fort Myers.
The Twins didn't quite get impact pitching, but their staff should be improved in 2020.
Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 11 and the Twins still have some questions to answer.
Spring training is coming to a close.
Spoiler alert: it's Byron Buxton.
Martin Perez, Byron Buxton and Eddie Rosario are off to great starts.
"Better call mama," said Gellner after a Twins player homered on Monday.
He's hoping to play next week.
Buxton added muscle during the offseason, and he flashed the power in first game.
Reports suggest Sano will miss about a week of spring training.
Sano is down a lot of weight compared to last year at this time.
The Padres apparently think they can trade for Chris Archer.
Fernando Romero is one to watch as a potential high-end starter for the Twins.