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Are The Twins The Unluckiest Team In Baseball?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:14 AM
Since 2010 I do believe that the Twins are below average in days lost on the dl. There is not anything that I can find regarding the top...
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Promotions That Did Happen

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:57 AM
I am not a total believer in Santana, although his hitting has been encouraging. I think both Escobar and Nunez have shown themselves to...
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Are The Twins The Unluckiest Team In Baseball?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:14 AM
What makes the Twins unlucky is the draft.  Since the turn of the century it has been Kubel and Dozier as the only two later round d...
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Having Issues With Sound In Ads? Screenshots Here, Please

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:31 AM
Toyota Camry ad - right side just below the recent blogs. There was no way to mute the volume. I have screen shots but don't see a way...
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Are The Twins The Unluckiest Team In Baseball?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 11:14 AM
I agree with a lot that spycake said.   I think Nolasco was overhyped - he was a tremendously important signing that I applauded - b...
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Sunday Links-N-Thinks

My usual edition of "Friday Links-N-Thinks" had to be pushed back because of some other commitments. Since I am in the process of moving back to North Dakota after two years in the Cities, it has been a crazy couple of weeks of packing boxes and moving furniture. Remember to keep checking in as I will continue to post about the Twins in the midst of moving back to my home state. My regular schedule just might need to switch itself up a little bit in depending on when I have internet access and when I am not busy moving boxes.

The Twins put together a decent weekend in Kansas City with a series win for the first time in weeks. It was great to see Ryan Doumit get home runs from both sides of the plate on Sunday and Sam Deduno was able to pick up his first professional victory. Only a couple days before, Casey Fien had earned his first professional victory when the Twins won on Friday night. Now the team will head to Chicago to face a White Sox team that limped out of the weekend by being swept in Detroit. [PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]

As the trade deadline starts to sneak closer, it is going to be interesting to see what the Twins are able to get for some of their veteran players. For now, sit back and enjoy this edition of "Links-N-Thinks."


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Video of the Week:
Oswaldo Arcia might be putting together a season that will place him very close to the top of the Twins prospect list. He started the year at Fort Myers and quickly outgrew his spot in High-A ball. Now he is playing well for the New Britain Rock Cats and he made the team a winner with this walk-off home run.


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