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65 Trevor May SP
Height/Weight: 6-5/240 | Birthdate: 9/23/1989 | Birthplace: Longview, WA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Minnesota | College: None | MLB Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 7/2 | Average Draft Position: 9999
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Twins SP Trevor May allows three runs over 6 2/3 for no-decision


by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5/16/2015) Twins starting pitcher Trevor May allowed three runs on seven hits in 6 2/3 innings on Saturday for a no-decision against the Rays.

Two of the three runs off May came via a two-run homer from Tim Beckham.

May fanned three and did not walk a batter.

May returns to the mound for his next start Saturday, May 23, in Chicago against the White Sox.

Trevor May rocked in Twins' loss


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(5/10/2015) Twins starter Trevor May dropped to 2-3 on the season after giving up six runs on nine hits over four innings against Cleveland, Sunday. 

May gave up five runs in the fourth inning, including a three-run home run to Lonnie Chisenhall. He walked three and struck out four, as his ERA increased to 5.40. 

"I don't feel I was way behind guys; it was always just those middling counts, five or six pitches to every hitter," he said. "You just can't do that."

May next starts at home against Tampa Bay on Saturday. 

"It's only a matter of time before things start clicking and I start getting those 1-2-3 quick innings and getting deeper into games," May said. "That's what's more frustrating than anything, is looking out in the bullpen and seeing a guy warming up in the bullpen in the fourth, fifth or sixth inning every single time I pitch."


Twins' Trevor May pegged with tough-luck loss vs. A's


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(5/6/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May reached 101 pitches for the first time this season, but it wasn't enough as he dropped his second decision of the season Tuesday night against the A's.

May (2-2) allowed a run-scoring single to Billy Butler in the opening frame, and another run-scoring single to Brett Lawrie in the sixth inning for his only damage of the night. He was charged with two runs on five hits and two walks while striking out three over 5 2/3 innings of a tough-luck 2-1 defeat.

May has not allowed more than two earned runs over each of his last four starts. He will look to get back in the win column Sunday in Cleveland.


Twins' Trevor May allows two runs in win over White Sox


by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com
(4/30/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May gave up 10 hits but earned his second win of the season in Thursday night's 12-2 victory over the White Sox. 

May went 5 2/3 innings and threw 97 pitches. Despite the number of hits he allowed, May held the White Sox to just two earned runs. He struck out four batters and walked one. He's now 2-1 for the season. 

May's next start is projected for May 5 against the Athletics. 


Twins SP Trevor May (arm) cleared to start Thursday


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(4/28/2015) Twins starting pitcher Trevor May has been cleared to start Thursday against the White Sox, manager Paul Molitor said Tuesday. He left his last start Saturday against the Mariners after taking a line drive off his arm.

May is 1-1 with a 4.91 ERA through three starts. He has 13 strikeouts in 14 2/3 innings.


Twins' Trevor May plays long toss Monday, feels 100 percent


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/27/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May declared his arm 100 percent after playing long toss Monday, FOX Sports North reports.

"No problems," he said, per TwinCities.com. "I'm actually blown away by how quickly any pain went away. At this point, it feels like I banged it against a door."

May was hit in the arm by a line drive Saturday but said he'll continue his normal throwing routine in advance of his next start, which should come Thursday against the White Sox. May owns a 4.91 ERA and 13:2 K:BB ratio in 14 2/3 innings over three starts.

"It feels good -- 100 percent," May said, per MLB.com. "Right now, my plan is to continue on like I'm throwing a bullpen tomorrow, the same as always. I don't expect anything to get worse. I'll just keep treating it today and see if I can completely get it gone in the next couple days."


Twins pitcher Trevor May leaves after line drive bounces off his arm


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/25/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May was forced to leave Saturday's game against the Mariners after taking a line driver off his arm, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

With one out in the third, May gave up a liner to third baseman Kyle Seager, who ripped it right back to him. May tried to stay in the game, but was replaced by Tim Stauffer. He allowed two runs on three hits with five strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings against Seattle.

"It was one of the few spots near the elbow where it is OK to get hit by a ball and it just looks like a little bruising," May said to the Star Tribune. "At that point, I just wanted to make a play and then deal with it after."

X-rays were negative and May is considered day-to-day with the injury.


Twins' Trevor May tosses six one-run innings in win Sunday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/19/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May gave up just one earned run on four hits in six innings while striking out four and walking none in his team's 7-2 win over the Indians Sunday.

May (1-1) struggled in his first start of the season but bounced back nicely Sunday, with the only damage coming on three straight two-out singles in the third inning.

"I was able to get ahead of guys and make pitches when I needed to," May said to MLB.com. "A couple things went my way this time that didn't last time. It's about being as consistent as possible and having them put the ball in play."

He owns a 4.76 ERA and 8:1 K:BB ratio in 11 1/3 innings heading into Saturday's matchup with the Mariners.


Twins pitcher Trevor May tagged for five runs in losing effort


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(4/13/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May allowed five runs on eight hits in Minnesota's 12-3 blowout loss to the Royals Monday. 

May, who lasted 5 1/3 innings with four strikeouts in the start, surrendered a solo home run in the second to Kendrys Morales. May then ran into more problems in the third when he surrendered three singles and a sacrifice fly to extended Kansas City's lead.

May was then tagged for three consecutive hits to open the sixth inning, including two doubles to Lorenzo Cain and Eric Hosmer before he was pulled. May's ERA ballooned to 8.44 and he will look for his first win of the year Sunday against the Indians.


Twins place Ricky Nolasco on 15-day DL, recall Trevor May


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(4/11/2015) The Twins placed pitcher Ricky Nolasco on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, retroactive to April 9, due to right elbow inflammation, the team announced.

Nolasco felt "a little spike" on a fourth-inning pitch Wednesday, but a subsequent MRI revealed only inflammation. The team is optimistic he'll need just the minimum 15 days to recover.

The Twins recalled pitcher Trevor May from Triple-A Rochester in a corresponding move. May will enter the rotation in place of Nolasco and make his first start Monday in the team's home opener against the Royals.


Ricky Nolasco headed to the DL; Trevor May to start Monday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/10/2015) Twins will place starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco on the 15-day disabled list with elbow soreness, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press on Friday. The team will promote pitching prospect Trevor May from Triple-A Rochester.

Nolasco experienced "a little spike" on a pitch to Tigers catcher Alex Avila in the fourth inning during his season debut Wednesday, manager Paul Molitor said earlier in the week. He allowed six earned runs in three innings of work in his only start. He underwent an MRI on his injured elbow, which revealed elbow inflammation, according to MLB.com.

"Really good news," Molitor said. "I think we're all optimistic, if we can just back him off a little bit and get treatment and progress him along, it will only be the 15 days. We're optimistic that will be the case for now."

May threw a side session on Thursday, and is slated to start the Minnesota's home opener on Monday against Kansas City, Molitor confirmed.

"Great opportunity for him," Molitor said.


Report: Nolasco appears headed to DL; May will be promoted


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(4/10/2015) Twins starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco appears destined for the disabled list with elbow soreness, a source told Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press on Friday. The team will promote pitching prospect Trevor May from Triple-A Rochester.

May, 25, was scheduled to make a minor-league start on Saturday for Rochester. Nolasco was slated to pitch Monday before experiencing "a little spike" on a pitch to Tigers catcher Alex Avila in the fourth inning during his season debut Wednesday, manager Paul Molitor said earlier in the week. The Twins have yet to announce a date for May's first start of the season.


Aaron Hicks among four players trimmed from Twins' camp


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/28/2015) Twins outfielder Aaron Hicks was among the four players trimmed from Minnesota's big-league camp on Saturday, according to MLB.com. THe 25-year-old Hicks struggled to make an impact at the plate this spring, batting .206 (7 for 34) with two RBI in 13 Grapefruit League games.

Thar's what I want to become. I don't want to be a Triple-A player. I want to be in the big leagues," Hicks said, per the Pioneer Press.  "I'm starting to understand this game at the big league level."

Eddie Rosario and Trevor May were optioned to Triple-A Rochester, while Mark Hamburger was reassigned down to minor-league camp.


Twins' May struggles Friday in perhaps last bid to make rotation


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/27/2015) Twins starting pitcher Trevor May took the mound Friday against the Pirates in perhaps his last bid to make the starting rotation. Unfortunately, it wasn't a banner outing for the May.

The right-handed hurler allowed four runs on eight hits and one walk in 4 2/3 innings. He struck out two. 

May (0-1) allowed a solo home run to Gregory Polanco in the first inning and a solo home run to Tony Sanchez in the fourth inning. May has a 4.22 ERA through three spring outings (two starts).

"He gave up some hard-hit balls," manager Paul Molitor said, per the Pioneer Press. "Overall he got dinged up a little bit. Probably wasn't his best day. Overall, no complaints with that young man this spring."


Twins pitcher Trevor May throws four scoreless innings Saturday


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(3/21/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May threw four no-hit innings in Saturday's game against the Rays. May, who also did not allow a run, threw 30 of 42 pitches for strikes Saturday. May is being considered for Minnesota's fifth spot in the starting rotation.

"I felt good going in and I felt like I could locate all of my pitches pretty well, so I just kind of stayed with the program there, to build off my last time out," May said. "Just kind of fill up the zone and make them beat me. Try to establish both sides of the plate and work off that."


Twins' Molitor discusses battle for final rotation spot


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/19/2015) Twins manager Paul Molitor is facing a tough decision with a healthy battle underway for the team's fifth-starter role between Mike Pelfrey, Tommy Milone, Alex Meyer and Trevor May, MLB.com reports.

"We hope it's tough because people are performing well," Molitor said. "Mike has had a good spring to this point and is scheduled to pitch again in Clearwater, Fla., [against Philadelphia] on the 23rd. And Milone has looked good and we'll see him [Saturday]. Meyer is a little behind on pitch count but has been fine, and May seems like he has a little more mound presence so far than he did last year. That's probably what that experience did to him."

Pelfrey and Milone remain the top two candidates for the job, with Meyer and May having options remaining that can allow them to open the season at Triple-A. Pelfrey was impressive in a split-squad start Wednesday.

"Mostly, his fastball is getting the groundballs he needs, but he's using his split-finger more and gaining confidence with that pitch, and mixing in his curveball, which he hasn't done for a while," Molitor said. "His pace was pretty good, and we're always looking for those little things like pace and holding runners, and he knows that's important."


Twins' Molitor: Trevor May, Tommy Milone pitch 'well' Tuesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/17/2015) Twins manager Paul Molitor said that pitchers Trevor May and Tommy Milone "threw the ball well" in minor-league action Tuesday, MLB.com reports.

"They both threw the ball well," Molitor said of the two rotation candidates. "Milone gave up a two-run homer in the first on I think a cutter that didn't get in far enough. But they both threw strikes."

Molitor watched the outing from behind the plate rather than at his normal post in the dugout.

"I had a different perspective watching from behind, which I don't normally," Molitor said. "But it gave me a better feel on how their pitches were looking and moving. I thought May did a good job using all of his pitches. His command of his secondary pitches was good, and for him that's something I've been concerned about. And they both did well with the running game and got through it clean for the most part."

May and Milone are competing with Mike Pelfrey and Alex Meyer for the final spot in the team's rotation.


Twins' Tommy Milone, Trevor May take hill Wednesday vs. Rays


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(3/11/2015) The Twins used two candidates for the fifth spot in the rotation during Wednesday's spring game against the Rays. Tommy Milone started Wednesday, and he was immediately followed by Trevor May.

Milone started the game with three scoreless innings. He allowed three hits and struck out three. He has now tossed five scoreless innings through two outings.

"I thought it was another good day," Molitor said of Milone's outing, per MLB.com. "He's using his fastball plenty for a guy throwing it 86-87 [mph]. His deception is good enough, and his command of his offspeed pitches so far in the first couple outings has been effective. He's jamming right-handers and getting them with changeups. So it was a good day, and he did a really nice job with baserunners, too."

May entered the game in the fourth inning. He allowed one run on two hits and one walk in two relief innings. He also struck out four batters. May, who dealt with an illness early in camp, made his first spring appearance Wednesday.

"It's always good to finally get out there on the field -- it's crazy that there were actual hitters and fielders," May said jokingly after the outing. "It felt good to get going. I felt good, I felt strong. It was weird coming from the 'pen so I tried to time it the best I could. But I think all considered, everything felt good coming out of my hand and I threw some good off-speed pitches."


Alex Meyer and Trevor May hope to return to Twins soon


by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(3/7/2015) Alex Meyer missed a few days of camp with the Twins for personal reasons following the death of his grandfather. The righthander hopes to return to the mound on Monday for a game against the Pirates. 

Trevor May has missed time with flu-like symptoms. After a bullpen session on Friday, the righthander is aiming for a return on Wednesday. 


Twins' Trevor May throws 15-20 pitches Tuesday


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/3/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May (illness) said he was able to throw 15-to-20 pitches Tuesday without issue, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

May plans to face hitters Wednesday to get back on schedule. He was one of five players sent home from Monday's workouts due to illness, but he was able to return one day later. May is competing for a rotation spot this spring.


Five Twins return for workouts on Tuesday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(3/3/2015) All five Twins players -- Byron Buxton, Trevor May, Oswaldo Arcia, Jordan Schafer and Kurt Suzuki -- that were sent home due to illness on Monday, returned to the clubhouse on Tuesday and rejoined the club for workouts, reports the Star Tribune.

The Twins begin exhibition season Wednesday with a game against the University of Minnesota.


Twins send five home due to illness before Monday workouts


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(3/2/2015) Twins third baseman Trevor Plouffe (illness) was back at workouts Monday, but the Twins sent five other players home due to illness before Monday workouts began, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

Pitcher Trevor May and outfielders Byron Buxton and Jordan Schafer missed a second straight day of workouts, while catcher Kurt Suzuki and outfielder Oswaldo Arcia also had to miss the Monday session.

The Twins begin exhibition season Wednesday with a game against the University of Minnesota.


Yoga has Twins' Trevor May 'much fresher than ever before'


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/28/2015) Twins starting pitcher Trevor May has looked to improve flexibility coming into his competition for a rotation spot this spring by turning to yoga to help repeat his delivery, the Star Tribune reports.

"I’ve been doing yoga for 30 or 40 minutes every morning, and I’m much fresher than ever before," May said. "Every scouting report I’ve ever seen on myself says, 'Has trouble repeating his delivery.' Well, yoga is literally repeating moves, keeping your body under your control. I do the warrior pose, which is [the same as] striding and throwing a baseball. It has to help."

May initially struggled in his major-league debut last season, but he hopes the perseverance he showed and his improvements near the end of the season help set him apart in the battle for a rotation spot this spring.

"Obviously I don’t know exactly what the people who are making decisions are thinking, but showing I can be successful after having my face beat up for two months, showing I can work through it, it’s a trait you have to have," May said. "I take pride in the fact that I didn’t give up. I didn’t let it get me down."


Twins' Trevor May 'intriguing candidate' for rotation spot


by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst
(2/10/2015) Twins pitcher Trevor May is an "intriguing candidate" for the rotation's fifth spot, but will have a tough time beating out veterans Tommy Milone and Mike Pelfrey, reports MLB.com. The 6-foot-5 right-hander says he's in the best shape of his life and is looking to build off a solid finish to last season.

In May's last start, against Detroit, he allowed three runs on five hits and a walk while fanning seven over six innings.

"Toward the end, I stayed taller and my stuff got better," said May, 25. "I got more swings and misses. The runs that were scoring were more in spurts. And the walks got better, too. I started pounding the zone better than I ever have."

May added he hopes the progress he showed "was enough to keep me in the conversation. But baseball is a business and some guys are on contracts. If you're going to throw as good as them and your stats are identical, they're going to get the job. But that's how it is and I know that. But my job doesn't change because of that. My job is to be in the best shape possible and compete for a spot."

May said he's willing to work out of the bullpen if he doesn't make the rotation.


Trevor May posts quality start in losing effort


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/25/2014) Twins starting pitcher Trevor May posted a quality start but it wasn't enough in his final start of the season Thursday night against Detroit, dropping to 3-6 on the year. He allowed three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out seven over six innings of a 4-2 defeat.

May ends his 2014 season 7.88 ERA and a 1.77 WHIP over 45 2/3 innings of work.