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Article: Is This Front Office Truly Enlightened About Pit...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:05 AM
We're about to find out.When Derek Falvey was hired to run Minnesota's baseball ops, he brought with him a rep as a pitching guru, partia...
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Article: Twins Acquire Jake Odorizzi From Rays For Jermai...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 12:02 AM
According to multiple reports, the Twins have acquired RHP Jake Odorizzi from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for shortstop prospect Jerma...
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Article: Twins Daily Top Prospects: #3 Nick Gordon

Twins Minor League Talk Yesterday, 11:23 PM
Nick Gordon might be one of the most polarizing prospects in the Minnesota Twins system. All of the national prospect rankings have him i...
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Which teams are in on.....

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:10 PM
Which teams are in on Cobb and Lynn? Tillman is likely going to the Os and Liriano is still out there. But who out there is still able...
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Article: The Twins Almanac for February 18–24

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:16 PM
This week's Almanac features Wayne "Big Fella" Hattaway, "Home Run" Joe Marshall, Dick Siebert, Kevin Tapani, Roy Smalley, Al Newman, Cha...
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Gleeman & The Geek, Ep 310: Berrios Is Back

Aaron and John talk about Jose Berrios' excellent return to the Twins' rotation, Danny Santana going to Atlanta, Michael Tonkin sticking around at Triple-A, over-working Brandon Kintzler because of a shaky setup corps, upgrading our wardrobe with Bombfell, John Bonnes and Miguel Sano both celebrating birthdays, and the state of superhero movies. You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Stitcher or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com. Or just click this link.
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If people are wondering what's the difference between last year's Berrios and this year's edition, it looks like he has changed a few things.

 

First, it looks like he has shortened his stride to let his pitches get a better down plane. Second, his mechanics look more consistent. Third, his escape from the 3rd inning of his first start showed that he has learned not to implode after a couple things go wrong. That allowed his teammates to rally in the next inning, and then Berrios regained his confidence and kept a very good Indians team quiet for another few innings. 

 

Plus, of course, he changed the brand of grease he's using on the ball. It's not quite as slippery, works great as a hair conditioner...and it's a floor wax!!


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