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Game(s) Thread: 2016 MLB Postseason

Other Baseball Today, 06:57 PM
Well, I was feeling bad about hijacking Van's "Who Will Win the World Series" poll/thread. So, here we go. I've seen three of the four ga...
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Rumor: Twins looking at Red Sox Amiel Sawdaye

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:55 PM
Just stumbled on this article in MLB Rumors. http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/   Brief bio on Sawdaye:Red Sox vice president of in...
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Pat Light 2016

Adopt A Prospect 2016 Today, 05:24 PM
Patrick James Light Born March 29, 1991 (25 yrs) in Colts Neck NJ RHP- Reliever Drafted first round Compensation Round (#37 Overall) 2012...
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Bryant Hayman - 2016

Adopt A Prospect 2016 Today, 05:24 PM
Born Oct. 13, 1992 Undrafted Free Agent from Valdosta State Catcher beginning 2016 in Cedar Rapids 256/361/463 At GCL last year in 150 i...
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Fangraphs (and other national publications) on the Twins

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 04:50 PM
I'm just going to post here whenever they do an article on the Twins.   Today, they have one on Trevor May (noting some changes in s...
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Friday Links-N-Thinks

Original post from North Dakota Twins Fan

It's finally Friday and the Twins are coming home to welcome a couple of teams that have yet to make a trip to Target Field. Interleague play means the Cubs and the Phillies will make their inaugural trek to Minneapolis to explore the friendly confines of Target Field. Some people love interleague play and others hate it. I see both sides of the argument but I do enjoy getting to see some National League players that I wouldn't normally get to see otherwise.

Lucky enough for the Twins, the Cubs and the Phillies have also been struggling through the early portion of the season. Both teams are under .500 and the Cubs are one of two teams in all of baseball that have fewer wins than the Twins. The Phillies do play very well on the road with a 16-12 record so far but the Twins should be able to put up a good fight in the next couple series.[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]

The MLB Draft was the main story for most of the week but there was still plenty of other news and notes from around the league. Check out this week's edition of "Friday Links-N-Thinks."

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Video of the Week:
Denard Span did an interview with MLB Network's Intentional Talk while the team was in Kansas City. The whole interview is a lot of fun and it is always cool to see the players kick back and have some fun. So take a couple minutes and watch Denard talk about some silly topics

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