Minnesota Twins defeat Cleveland Indians, 4-1

CLEVELAND - Saturday was a beautiful day for the Cleveland National Air Show, and the Twins became accidental spectators at Progressive Field.

With jet engines roaring overhead, the Twins tried keeping their playoff hopes alive, with Justin Morneau's production disappearing into a vapor trail.

Morneau stranded seven baserunners, extending another late-season slump, but Scott Baker held the Indians to three hits over six innings, and the Twins pulled out a 4-1 victory...

CLEVELAND -- For the second time in two years, the Twins are facing a potential grievance from the players' union over their handling of a starting pitcher.

Last year, the union examined the Twins' handling of Francisco Liriano to see if the team intentionally kept him at Class AAA Rochester to minimize his big league service time. In the end, Liriano's grievance never was filed.

Now, Glen Perkins is considering his own grievance, people familiar with the situation s...