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Athletic/John Sickels - Updated Top 100 Prospect List

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 11:11 AM
John Sickels has updated his Top 100 Prospect List at the Athletic (pay site, highly recommended).   Top 5: Franco, Gore, Tucker, Mi...
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Could Sano Be a Trade Chip?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:11 AM
Just wondering if the large strides forward made this season by guys like Polanco, Garver, Kepler & Buxton, might make Miguel Sano le...
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Article: BOS 9, MIN 4: The Red Sox Bats Were Poppen Tonight

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:07 AM
After a seventeen inning struggle the night before, the Minnesota Twins were hoping to take the rubber game of this three-game series aga...
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Article: Taking a Deeper Dive into Miguel Sano's Plat...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:05 AM
Roughly a week ago the discussion surrounding Miguel Sano was in relation to his strikeouts. Now operating at a 39.2% strikeout rate, the...
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Game Thread: Twins @ KC 5:15 PM PST (7:15 PM CDT) 06/20/2019

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:04 AM
Last night, the Twins...never mind, that's all in the past, let's look to the future, the Twins playing KC at Kauffman Stadium.   Wh...
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Gleeman & The Geek, Ep 416: Over/Under 2019

Aaron and John talk about Byron Buxton's hot spring, Max Kepler and Jorge Polanco atop the lineup, Tyler Austin vs. C.J. Cron, and previewing the AL East and AL West using Vegas' over/under numbers.You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com. Or just click this link.

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Any chance we can get transcripts of the podcasts this year? I've listened before and love the insight, but I just can't handle the "sound". 

Brock Beauchamp
Mar 20 2019 07:44 PM


Any chance we can get transcripts of the podcasts this year? I've listened before and love the insight, but I just can't handle the "sound". 

Out of curiosity, why?

A couple of reasons. One of the voices is quite grating; again, I love the content, but it's very distracting. 


The second reason is that sometimes the conversations bog down or get off on tangents and I'd like the option to skim ahead in the text to topics or questions that are more interesting. 


I fully understand that the podcasts are a free service, and I appreciate the knowledge and the time that goes into them. Having a transcript available, and the ability to search key words, makes the casts more accessible (to me, anyway).