Oswaldo Arcia RUMORS & NEWS

  • Oswaldo Arcia is healthy, so Twins demoted him to Triple-A

    Hardball Talk "For the second time in Oswaldo Arcia‘s brief big-league career the Twins have activated him from the disabled list and demoted him to Triple-A after he had a starting job at the time of the initial injury. In this case Arcia has been out for the past month with a hip injury and went 0-for-11 on..." June 03

  • Twins place Oswaldo Arcia on DL, call up prospect Eddie Rosario

    Hardball Talk "Twins left fielder Oswaldo Arcia is headed to the disabled list with a hip injury and to replace him on the roster they’ve called up 23-year-old outfield prospect Eddie Rosario from Triple-A. Not so long ago Rosario was viewed as a very good prospect, frequently making top-100 lists, but he was..." May 05

  • Twins put Oswaldo Arcia on disabled list with wrist injury

    Hardball Talk "Oswaldo Arcia injured his wrist Friday and tried to convince the Twins he could play through the pain before finally admitting this afternoon that he couldn’t, so Minnesota placed the 23-year-old outfielder on the disabled list. Darin Mastroianni, who was dropped from the 40-man roster last..." April 09

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    Mike Berardino @MikeBerardino

    Arcia sitting with right wrist issue. Doctor to examine today. Same spot as last year, he said. #mntwins

  • Arcia blows out candles, Red Sox; Twins take final three in Boston

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "The moment Ron Gardenhire first saw Oswaldo Arcia’s swing in spring training, the Twins manager became a big fan. Gardenhire has been committed to finding a place in the lineup for the rookie outfielder’s bat ever since Arcia was called up for good last month. That mean putting up with the ups..." May 10

  • Arcia's three-run homer helps Twins top Miami in Game 1

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Three inches of snow, 35 degrees of wind chill, and 88 mph of fastball. It’s not the usual recipe for a southern California kid to win a ballgame, but Kevin Correia made it work on Tuesday. The San Diego righthander kept Miami’s bats as cold as the obnoxious weather in Game 1 of a day-night..." April 23

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