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2014 Minnesota Twins season

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2014 Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins Insignia.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record70–92 (.432)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Jim Pohlad
General manager(s)Terry Ryan
Manager(s)Ron Gardenhire
Local televisionFox Sports North
(Dick Bremer, Bert Blyleven, Jack Morris, Roy Smalley)
Local radioKTWN-FM
(Cory Provus, Dan Gladden, Kris Atteberry)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2014 Minnesota Twins season was the 54th season for the franchise in Minnesota, and the 114th overall in the American League. They were the host team for the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. They finished last in the AL Central with a 70–92 record.

Spring training

The Twins recorded a 9–16 win–loss record in pre-season spring training, the worst among American League teams. Three of their games finished tied and were therefore not included in the standings.[1]

Regular season

On July 15, the 85th edition of the Mid-Summer Classic returned to the Twin Cities. Previous All-Star games were held at Metropolitan Stadium (1965) and the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome (1984). Twins Glen Perkins and Kurt Suzuki—in his first All-Star appearance—represented the hometown team. The battery-mates were called into action for the ninth, and closed down the National League All-Stars on nine pitches for a 5–3 AL win. Perkins, a two-time All-Star, earned the save.[2]

On August 20, second baseman Brian Dozier joined the Twins '20/20' club, adding his name to the five others that have connected for twenty homers in the same season they've stolen twenty bases.[3] The small club includes Larry Hisle (1977), Kirby Puckett (1986), Marty Cordova (1995), Corey Koskie (2001) and Torii Hunter (twice, 2002 and 2004).

The August 24 game against Detroit was the longest Minnesota 9-inning game in history, in terms of time. The Sunday afternoon game at Target Field ran 4 hours and 10 minutes, and resulted in a 13-4 win for the Tigers.[4]

In the first game of the September 13 doubleheader, starter Phil Hughes set a personal best in striking out eleven Chicago batters before being replaced in the eighth inning. (It had been 379 games since a Twin had posted double-digit strikeouts.) Michael Tonkin struck out another in the eighth. The three White Sox pitchers struck out 17 Twins, and the combined total of 29 strikeouts set a Minnesota record for a nine-inning game involving the Twins.[5]

Phil Hughes' contract called for a $500,000 bonus if he reached 210 innings pitched. On September 24, he pitched 8 innings before an hour-long rain delay. Ron Gardenhire replaced him with a fresh pitcher when play resumed—and Hughes' inning tally halted at 209⅔. He declined to be inserted in a later game to achieve one more out.[6]

At season's end, Phil Hughes' strikeout-to-walk ratio (186:16) measured at 11.63 to 1. That number is the best-ever in the major leagues, topping the previous best of 143:13 set by Bret Saberhagen in 1984.

On September 29, Ron Gardenhire was fired. In his 13-year tenure as Twins manager he went 1068–1039, for a .507 winning percentage. The legacy he leaves includes the many memories of him being ejected from a game, enough times to rank in Major League's top ten (but far behind Bobby Cox's recorded 132 times).

Native son Paul Molitor was hired on November 3 to replace Gardenhire, becoming the Twins' thirteenth skipper. Molitor was born and raised in Saint Paul, attended the University of Minnesota and spent most of his career with the Milwaukee Brewers. He finished his playing career with three seasons in the 1990s as a Minnesota Twin, and coached and consulted in the organization since retiring. In 2004, he was voted into the Hall of Fame, so with his hiring he joins the only two other men who've been hired as first-time managers after being inducted in the Hall as players -- Ted Williams and Ryne Sandburg.

Season standings

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Detroit Tigers 90 72 0.556 45–36 45–36
Kansas City Royals 89 73 0.549 1 42–39 47–34
Cleveland Indians 85 77 0.525 5 48–33 37–44
Chicago White Sox 73 89 0.451 17 40–41 33–48
Minnesota Twins 70 92 0.432 20 35–46 35–46


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 98 64 0.605
Baltimore Orioles 96 66 0.593
Detroit Tigers 90 72 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Kansas City Royals 89 73 0.549 +1
Oakland Athletics 88 74 0.543
Seattle Mariners 87 75 0.537 1
Cleveland Indians 85 77 0.525 3
New York Yankees 84 78 0.519 4
Toronto Blue Jays 83 79 0.512 5
Tampa Bay Rays 77 85 0.475 11
Chicago White Sox 73 89 0.451 15
Boston Red Sox 71 91 0.438 17
Houston Astros 70 92 0.432 18
Minnesota Twins 70 92 0.432 18
Texas Rangers 67 95 0.414 21


Record vs. opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-Head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 11–8 5–1 3–4 1–5 4–3 3–4 4–2 4–3 13–6 2–4 5–2 12–7 6–1 11–8 12–8
Boston 8–11 4–3 2–5 1–5 4–3 6–1 2–5 4–2 7–12 3–4 1–5 9–10 4–2 7–12 9–11
Chicago 1–5 3–4 9–10 9–10 3–3 6–13 1–5 9–10 2–5 4–3 3–4 5–2 2–4 5–2 11–9
Cleveland 4–3 5–2 10–9 8–11 5–2 10–9 2–5 11–8 4–3 2–4 2–4 4–2 6–1 2–4 10–10
Detroit 5–1 5–1 10–9 11–8 4–3 13–6 3–4 9–10 3–4 5–2 2–4 3–4 4–3 1–5 12–8
Houston 3–4 3–4 3–3 2–5 3–4 3–3 7–12 3–3 4–2 8–11 9–10 2–5 11–8 4–3 5–15
Kansas City 4–3 1–6 13–6 9–10 6–13 3–3 3–3 11–8 4–3 5–2 2–5 4–2 5–1 4–3 15–5
Los Angeles 2–4 5–2 5–1 5–2 4–3 12–7 3–3 7–0 2–4 10–9 7–12 5–2 14–5 5–2 12–8
Minnesota 3–4 2–4 10–9 8–11 10–9 3–3 8–11 0–7 3–4 1–6 5–2 2–4 2–5 4–2 9–11
New York 6–13 12–7 5–2 3–4 4–3 2–4 3–4 4–2 4–3 2–4 3–3 8–11 4–3 11–8 13–7
Oakland 4–2 4–3 3–4 4–2 2–5 11–8 2–5 9–10 6–1 4–2 9–10 4–2 9–10 4–3 13–7
Seattle 2–5 5–1 4–3 4–2 4–2 10–9 5–2 12–7 2–5 3–3 10–9 4–3 9–10 4–3 9–11
Tampa Bay 7–12 10–9 2–5 2–4 4–3 5–2 2–4 2–5 4–2 11–8 2–4 3–4 5–2 8–11 10–10
Texas 1–6 2–4 4–2 1–6 3–4 8–11 1–5 5–14 5–2 3–4 10–9 10–9 2–5 2–4 10–10
Toronto 8–11 12–7 2–5 4–2 5–1 3–4 3–4 2–5 2–4 8–11 3–4 3–4 11–8 4–2 13–7


Game log

Legend
Twins Win Twins Loss Game Postponed
2014 Game Log
March/April: 12–12 (Home: 6–6, Road: 6–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ White Sox 3–5 Sale (1–0) Nolasco (0–1) Lindstrom (1) 37,422 0–1
2 April 2 @ White Sox 6–7 (11) Belisario (1–0) Deduno (0–1) 10,625 0–2
3 April 3 @ White Sox 10–9 Thielbar (1–0) Lindstrom (0–1) Perkins (1) 11,056 1–2
4 April 4 @ Indians 2–7 Outman (1–0) Pelfrey (0–1) 41,274 1–3
5 April 5 @ Indians 7–3 Gibson (1–0) Carrasco (0–1) 14,153 2–3
6 April 6 @ Indians 10–7 Swarzak (1–0) Wood (0–1) Perkins (2) 13,104 3–3
7 April 7 Athletics 3–8 Kazmir (2–0) Correia (0–1) 35,837 3–4
8 April 9 Athletics 4–7 (11) Otero (1–0) Burton (0–1) 22,973 3–5
9 April 10 Athletics 1–6 Straily (1–1) Pelfrey (0–2) 20,650 3–6
10 April 11 Royals 10–1 Gibson (2–0) Chen (0–1) 24,338 4–6
11 April 12 Royals 7–1 Nolasco (1–1) Shields (0–2) 23,963 5–6
12 April 13 Royals 4–3 Fien (1–0) Crow (0–1) Perkins (3) 20,878 6–6
13 April 15 Blue Jays 3–9 Loup (1–0) Hughes (0–1) 21,818 6–7
April 16 Blue Jays Postponed (snow). Makeup date April 17.
14 April 17 Blue Jays 7–0 Gibson (3–0) Dickey (1-3) 20,507 7–7
15 April 17 Blue Jays 9–5 Fien (2–0) Santos (0–1) 20,698 8–7
16 April 18 @ Royals 0–5 Vargas (2–0) Nolasco (1–2) 21,192 8–8
17 April 19 @ Royals 4–5 Chen (1–1) Correia (0–2) Holland (6) 24,291 8–9
18 April 20 @ Royals 8–3 Hughes (1–1) Ventura (1–1) 17,710 9–9
19 April 22 @ Rays 3–7 Price (3–1) Gibson (3–1) 11,785 9–10
20 April 23 @ Rays 6–4 (12) Fien (3–0) Lueke (0–1) Perkins (4) 11,993 10–10
21 April 24 @ Rays 9–7 Nolasco (2–2) Bédard (0–1) Perkins (5) 13,177 11–10
22 April 25 Tigers 6–10 Porcello (3–1) Correia (0–3) 27,558 11–11
23 April 26 Tigers 5–3 Hughes (2–1) Ortega (0–1) Perkins (6) 28,122 12–11
April 27 Tigers Postponed (rain). Makeup date August 23.
April 29 Dodgers Postponed (rain). Makeup date May 1.
24 April 30 Dodgers 4–6 Greinke (5-0) Gibson (3–2) Jansen (10) 24,588 12–12
May: 13–16 (Home: 7–8, Road: 6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
25 May 1 Dodgers 4–9 Haren (4-0) Pelfrey (0–3) Perez (1) 23,306 12–13
26 May 1 Dodgers 3–4 (12) Wright (2–1) Duensing (0–1) Jansen (11) 24,053 12–14
27 May 2 Orioles 0–3 Jiménez (1–4) Nolasco (2–3) Hunter (8) 24,165 12–15
28 May 3 Orioles 6–1 Correia (1–3) Chen (3–2) 25,318 13–15
29 May 4 Orioles 5–2 Hughes (3–1) González (1–3) Perkins (7) 25,559 14–15
30 May 5 @ Indians 1–0 (10) Thielbar (2–0) Axford (0–3) Perkins (8) 9,037 15–15
31 May 6 @ Indians 2–4 Tomlin (1–0) Deduno (0–2) Shaw (1) 9,621 15–16
32 May 7 @ Indians 3–4 Axford (1–3) Fien (3–1) 10,742 15–17
33 May 8 @ Indians 4–9 Masterson (2–1) Correia (1–4) 13,095 15–18
34 May 9 @ Tigers 2–1 Hughes (4–1) Verlander (4–2) Perkins (9) 35,814 16–18
35 May 10 @ Tigers 3–9 Scherzer (5–1) Gibson (3–3) 42,312 16–19
36 May 11 @ Tigers 4–3 Burton (1–1) Chamberlain (1–2) Perkins (10) 40,468 17–19
37 May 13 Red Sox 8–6 Perkins (1–0) Miller (1–1) 23,949 18–19
38 May 14 Red Sox 4–9 Doubront (2–3) Correia (1–5) 26,802 18–20
39 May 15 Red Sox 4-3 (10) Duensing (1–1) Miller (1–2) 29,628 19–20
40 May 16 Mariners 5–4 Gibson (4–3) Young (3–1) Perkins (11) 27,275 20–20
41 May 17 Mariners 4–3 Deduno (1–2) Elías (3–3) Perkins (12) 29,717 21–20
42 May 18 Mariners 2–6 Hernández (5–1) Nolasco (2–4) 32,511 21–21
43 May 20 @ Padres 5–3 Correia (2–5) Kennedy (2–6) Perkins (13) 19,136 22–21
44 May 21 @ Padres 2–0 Hughes (5–1) Ross (5–4) Perkins (14) 16,079 23–21
45 May 23 @ Giants 2-6 Lincecum (4-3) Gibson (4-4) Machi (2) 41,514 23-22
46 May 24 @ Giants 1-2 Vogelsong (3-2) Deduno (1-3) Romo (16) 41,724 23-23
47 May 25 @ Giants 1-8 Bumgarner (6-3) Nolasco (2-5) 42,590 23-24
48 May 26 Rangers 7-2 Tepesch (2-0) Correia (2-6) 30,571 23-25
49 May 27 Rangers 3-4 Perkins (2-0) Soria (1-2) 22,702 24-25
50 May 28 Rangers 1-0 Tolleson (1-1) Burton (1-2) Soria (9) 26,472 24-26
51 May 29 Rangers 5-4 Ogando (2-2) Fien (3-2) Soria (10) 28,170 24-27
52 May 30 @ Yankees 6-1 Nolasco (3-5) Nuño (1-2) 42,245 25-27
53 May 31 @ Yankees 1-3 Tanaka (8-1) Duensing (1-2) Robertson (12) 44,346 25-28
June: 12–16 (Home: 7–4, Road: 5–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
54 June 1 Yankees 7-2 Hughes (6-1) Robertson (0-2) 42,449 26-28
55 June 2 @ Brewers 2-6 Garza (3-4) Gibson (4-5) 28,708 26-29
56 June 3 @ Brewers 6-4 Deduno (2-3) Gallardo (3-4) Perkins (15) 25,634 27-29
57 June 4 Brewers 6-4 Nolasco (4-5) Wooten (1-3) Perkins (16) 31,144 28-29
58 June 5 Brewers 5-8 Peralta (5-5) Correia (2-7) Rodriguez (18) 35,110 28-30
59 June 6 Astros 4-5 Keuchel (7-3) Hughes (6-2) Qualls (7) 29,948 28-31
60 June 7 Astros 8-0 Gibson (5-5) Feldman (3-4) 27,732 29-31
61 June 8 Astros 5-14 Downs (1-0) Deduno (2-4) 31,576 29-32
62 June 9 @ Blue Jays 4-5 Janssen (1-0) Guerrier (0-1) 19,428 29-33
63 June 10 @ Blue Jays 4-0 Correia (3-7) Happ (5-3) 20,681 30-33
64 June 11 @ Blue Jays 7-2 Hughes (7-2) Stroman (3-1) 45,080 31-33
65 June 13 @ Tigers 2-0 Gibson (6-5) Smyly (3-5) Perkins (17) 39,811 32-33
66 June 14 @ Tigers 9-12 Sánchez (3-2) Deduno (2-5) Krol (1) 41,498 32-34
67 June 15 @ Tigers 3-4 Nathan (3-2) Fien (3-3) 41,462 32-35
68 June 16 @ Red Sox 0-1 De La Rosa (2-2) Correia (3-8) Uehara (15) 35,693 32-36
69 June 17 @ Red Sox 1-2 Lester (8-7) Hughes (7-3) Mujica (2) 36,835 32-37
70 June 18 @ Red Sox 1-2 (10) Uehara (2-1) Fien (3-4) 36,489 32-38
71 June 19 White Sox 4-2 Fien (4-4) Petricka (0-2) Perkins (18) 31,195 33-38
72 June 20 White Sox 5-4 Perkins (3-0) Webb (4-1) 32,071 34-38
73 June 21 White Sox 4-3 Correia (4-8) Rienzo (4-5) Perkins (19) 32,647 35-38
74 June 22 White Sox 6-5 Hughes (8-3) Danks (6-6) Burton (1) 30,491 36-38
75 June 24 @ Angels 6-8 Wilson (8-6) Gibson (6-6) Smith (6) 37,086 36-39
76 June 25 @ Angels 2-6 Richards (8-2) Pino (0-1) 39,082 36-40
77 June 26 @ Angels 4-6 Weaver (8-6) Nolasco (4-6) Smith (7) 32,209 36-41
78 June 27 @ Rangers 4-5 Tepesch (3-3) Correia (4-9) 38,111 36-42
79 June 28 @ Rangers 0-5 Darvish (8-4) Hughes (8-4) 30,620 36-43
80 June 29 @ Rangers 3-2 Gibson (7-6) Soria (1-3) Perkins (20) 36,779 37-43
81 June 30 Royals 1-6 Duffy (5-7) Pino (0-2) 28,533 37-44
July: 11–15 (Home: 6–11, Road: 5–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
82 July 1 Royals 10-2 Nolasco (5-6) Shields (8-4) 23,383 38-44
83 July 2 Royals 0-4 Vargas (8-3) Correia (4-10) 28,860 38-45
84 July 3 Yankees 4-7 Tanaka (12-3) Hughes (8-5) Robertson (19) 34,714 38-46
85 July 4 Yankees 5-6 Huff (2-0) Gibson (7-7) Robertson (20) 36,952 38-47
86 July 5 Yankees 2-1 (11) Duensing (2-2) Thornton (0-2) 36,514 39-47
87 July 6 Yankees 7-9 Kuroda (6-6) Nolasco (5-7) Robertson (21) 31,171 39-48
88 July 7 @ Mariners 0-2 Iwakuma (7-4) Correia (4-11) Rodney (26) 18,562 39-49
89 July 8 @ Mariners 2-0 Hughes (9-5) Young (8-5) Perkins (21) 15,553 40-49
90 July 9 @ Mariners 8-1 Gibson (8-7) Elias (7-8) 16,460 41-49
91 July 10 @ Mariners 4-2 Pino (1-2) Wilhelmsen (1-2) Perkins (22) 14,530 42-49
92 July 11 @ Rockies 2-6 de la Rosa (10-6) Johnson (0-1) 36,110 42-50
93 July 12 @ Rockies 9-3 Correia (5-11) Matzek (1-4) 35,930 43-50
94 July 13 @ Rockies 13-5 Hughes (10-5) Anderson (0-3) 35,743 44-50
All–Star Break (July 14–17)
95 July 18 Rays 2-6 Cobb (5-6) Gibson (8-8) 31,058 44-51
96 July 19 Rays 1-5 Price (10-7) Hughes (10-6) McGee (8) 36,117 44-52
97 July 20 Rays 3-5 Archer (6-5) Correia (5-12) Yates (1) 26,821 44-53
98 July 21 Indians 4-3 Fien (5-4) Shaw (4-2) Perkins (23) 25,109 45-53
99 July 22 Indians 2-8 Salazar (2-4) Pino (1-3) 28,291 45-54
100 July 23 Indians 3-1 Swarzak (2-0) Bauer (4-5) Perkins (24) 34,608 46-54
101 July 24 White Sox 2-5 Noesí (5-7) Hughes (10-7) Petricka (5) 32,952 46-55
102 July 25 White Sox 5-9 Danks (9-6) Correia (5-13) 28,728 46-56
103 July 26 White Sox 0-7 Sale (10-1) Darnell (0-1) 33,005 46-57
104 July 27 White Sox 4-3 Burton (2-2) Belisario (3-7) Perkins (25) 27,818 47-57
105 July 29 @ Royals 2-1 Gibson (9-8) Shields (9-6) Perkins (26) 30,686 48-57
106 July 30 @ Royals 2-3 Frasor (2-1) Hughes (10-8) Holland (28) 20,747 48-58
107 July 31 @ Royals 3-6 Ventura (8-8) Thielbar (2-1) Holland (29) 24,127 48-59
August: 11–18 (Home: 5–8, Road: 6–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 1 @ White Sox 8–10 Guerra (1-2) Fien (5-5) Petricka (7) 28,060 48–60
109 August 2 @ White Sox 8–6 Pressly (1-0) Belisario (4-8) Perkins (27) 27,446 49–60
110 August 3 @ White Sox 16–3 Gibson (10-8) Guerra (1-3) 23,471 50–60
111 August 5 Padres 3–1 Hughes (11-8) Hahn (7-3) Perkins (28) 34,495 51–60
112 August 6 Padres 4–5 (10) Quackenbush (2-2) Swarzak (2-1) Benoit (4) 34,567 51–61
113 August 7 @ Athletics 0–3 Lester (12-7) Pino (1-4) 22,108 51–62
114 August 8 @ Athletics 5–6 Kazmir (13-4) Gibson (10-9) Doolittle (18) 20,196 51–63
115 August 9 @ Athletics 4–9 Samardzija (5-8) May (0-1) 32,074 51–64
116 August 10 @ Athletics 6–1 Hughes (12-8) Gregerson (2-2) 25,598 52–64
117 August 11 @ Astros 4–2 Duensing (3-2) Fields (2-5) Perkins (29) 15,569 53–64
118 August 12 @ Astros 4–10 McHugh (5-9) Pino (1-5) 17,490 53–65
119 August 13 @ Astros 3–1 Gibson (11-9) Oberholtzer (4-8) Perkins (30) 16,480 54–65
120 August 15 Royals 5–6 Duffy (8-10) Nolasco (5-8) Holland (37) 32,013 54–66
121 August 16 Royals 4–1 Hughes (13-8) Ventura (9-9) Perkins (31) 35,575 55–66
122 August 17 Royals 6–12 Guthrie (9-10) Milone (6-4) 31,455 55–67
123 August 18 Royals 4–6 Vargas (10-5) May (0-2) Holland (38) 25,559 55–68
124 August 19 Indians 5–7 Crockett (3-0) Duensing (3-3) Allen (16) 26,358 55–69
125 August 20 Indians 0–5 House (2-3) Nolasco (5-9) 28,943 55–70
126 August 21 Indians 4–1 Hughes (14-8) Kluber (13-7) Perkins (32) 28,033 56–70
127 August 22 Tigers 20–6 Pressly (2-0) Ray (1-4) 29,394 57–70
128 August 23 Tigers 12–4 Pino (2-5) Farmer (0-1) 25,110 58–70
129 August 23 Tigers 6–8 Verlander (11-11) May (0-3) Nathan (27) 25,578 58–71
130 August 24 Tigers 4–13 Scherzer (15-4) Gibson (11-10) 23,983 58–72
131 August 26 @ Royals 1–2 Davis (7-2) Perkins (3-1) 13,847 58–73
132 August 27 @ Royals 1–6 Davis (8-2) Hughes (14-9) 17,668 58–74
133 August 28 @ Royals 11–5 (10) Swarzak (3-1) Chen (2-4) 17,219 59–74
134 August 29 @ Orioles 1–9 González (7-7) May (0-4) 27,464 59–75
135 August 30 @ Orioles 2–3 Miller (5-5) Burton (2-3) Britton (30) 30,322 59–76
136 August 31 @ Orioles 8–12 Chen (14-4) Nolasco (5-10) Britton (31) 40,905 59–77
September: 11–15 (Home: 6–9, Road: 5–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 @ Orioles 6–4 Hughes (15-9) Gausman (7-7) Perkins (33) 33,156 60–77
138 September 2 White Sox 3–6 (10) Webb (6-4) Oliveros (0-1) Petricka (11) 23,719 60–78
139 September 3 White Sox 11–4 May (1-4) Danks (9-10) 21,778 61–78
140 September 4 Angels 4–5 Smith (6-2) Perkins (3-2) Street (36) 21,914 61–79
141 September 5 Angels 6–7 (10) Street (2-1) Burton (2-4) Jepsen (2) 23,477 61–80
142 September 6 Angels 5–8 Smith (7-2) Burton (2-5) Street (37) 28,924 61–81
143 September 7 Angels 4–14 Wilson (11-9) Darnell (0-2) 25,419 61–82
144 September 9 @ Indians 4–3 May (2-4) Bauer (5-8) Burton (2) 9,489 62–82
September 10 @ Indians Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 11.
145 September 11 @ Indians 2–8 Kluber (15–9) Gibson (11–11) N/A 62–83
146 September 11 @ Indians 0–2 House (3-3) Nolasco (5–11) Allen (20) 12,637 62–84
147 September 12 @ White Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 13.
147 September 13 @ White Sox 1–5 Quintana (8–10) Hughes (15–10) N/A 62–85
148 September 13 @ White Sox 6–7 Petricka (1–4) Perkins (3–3) 20,106 62–86
149 September 14 @ White Sox 6–4 May (3–4) Noesí (8–10) Perkins (34) 17,044 63–86
150 September 15 Tigers 6–8 Ryan (2–0) Fien (5–6) Soria (18) 19,700 63–87
151 September 16 Tigers 4–3 Perkins (4–3) Nathan (4–4) 22,066 64–87
152 September 17 Tigers 8–4 Gibson (12–11) Price (14–12) 22,285 65–87
153 September 19 Indians 5–4 Burton (3–5) Crockett (4–1) 28,400 66–87
154 September 20 Indians 3–7 House (4–3) May (3–5) Rzepczynski (1) 28,316 66–88
155 September 21 Indians 2–7 Kluber (17–9) Swarzak (3–2) 24,451 66–89
156 September 22 Diamondbacks 2–6 Collmenter (11–8) Nolasco (5–12) 22,571 66–90
157 September 23 Diamondbacks 6–3 Gibson (13–11) Chafin (0–1) 28,902 67–90
158 September 24 Diamondbacks 2–1 Hughes (16–10) Nuño (0–1) Burton (3) 29,445 68–90
159 September 25 @ Tigers 2–4 Scherzer (18–5) May (3–6) Nathan (34) 33,077 68–91
160 September 26 @ Tigers 11–4 Achter (1–0) Porcello (15–13) 35,178 69–91
161 September 27 @ Tigers 12–3 Nolasco (6–12) Lobstein (1–2) 38,805 70–91
162 September 28 @ Tigers 3–0 Price (15–12) Gibson (13–12) Nathan (35) 40,501 70–92

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Player stats

Batting

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Oswaldo Arcia 19 58 6 16 0 0 2 8 .276 0
Chris Colabello 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0 .500 0
Brian Dozier 157 628 101 148 39 4 28 77 .236 12
Eduardo Escobar 127 409 48 107 31 4 12 58 .262 2
Pedro Florimón 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Aaron Hicks 97 352 48 90 11 3 11 33 .256 13
Joe Mauer 158 592 69 157 34 2 10 66 .265 2
Trevor Plouffe 152 573 74 140 35 4 22 86 .244 2
Kurt Suzuki 131 433 36 104 17 0 5 50 .240 0
Josh Willingham 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Totals 1 32 3 7 3 0 0 3 .219 0

Pitching

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Casey Fien 5 6 3.98 73 0 1 63.1 29 28 10 51
Ricky Nolasco 6 12 5.38 27 27 0 159.0 96 95 38 115
Anthony Swarzak 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 2
Caleb Thielbar 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0
Kyle Gibson 9 8 3.94 20 20 0 114.1 51 50 32 61
Phil Hughes 10 8 4.12 22 22 0 137.2 64 63 13 118
Totals 70 92 4.57 162 162 38 1435.0 777 728 408 1031

Other post-season awards

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Rochester Red Wings International League Gene Glynn
AA New Britain Rock Cats Eastern League Jeff Smith
A Fort Myers Miracle Florida State League Doug Mientkiewicz
A Cedar Rapids Kernels Midwest League Jake Mauer
Rookie Elizabethton Twins Appalachian League Ray Smith
Rookie GCL Twins Gulf Coast League Ramon Borrego

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Fort Myers[7]

References

  1. ^ "Spring Training Standings". MLB. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  2. ^ "2014 All-Star Game box score". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  3. ^ "Seeing 20/20: Dozier reaches milestone Twins". FOXSports.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  4. ^ "Detroit 13, Minnesota 4". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  5. ^ "Chicago White Sox 5, Minnesota Twins 1". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved February 19, 2016.
  6. ^ "Storms Cost Hughes Bonus". SB-Nation.com.
  7. ^ Leventhal, Josh, ed. (2013). Baseball America 2014 Almanac. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America. ISBN 978-1-932391-48-0.

External links

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