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Ryan Eades - 2014

Adopt A Prospect 2014 Today, 06:20 AM
RYAN EADES Position: Right-Handed Pitcher. Height/ Weight: 6’3’’ 198 lbs. Age: 22 years old on Opening Day (As a Decemb...
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September's Predicted Team

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:18 AM
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Article: Kurt Suzuki Signs Extension With Twins

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 05:57 AM
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Article: Minor League Report (7/31): Minor Leagues With A...

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Price To Detroit For Smiley And Jackson

More Baseball Today, 04:57 AM
was watching the wsox-detroit game this afternoon  (being the lowlife sox fan i am) when in the top of the 7th inning  (i thin...
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Robby Incmikoski Leaving Fox Sports North

Attached Image: Robby Incmikoski.jpg There have been many changes around the Minnesota Twins. When games start up again next season, you will also notice a change on the Twins telecasts in 2013. After four years as a sideline reporter for Fox Sports North, Robby Incmikoski is leaving FSN. Of course, unlike some of the changes with the Twins, this decision is fully his own. He has accepted a similar job with Root Sports in Pittsburgh.

In a phone conversation last night, Incmikoski said that he will remain with FSN through the end of the month, keeping busy working Timberwolves games.

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According to Incmikoski, “I'm headed to do the Pirates in the same position. I will be a pregame reporter for the Penguins as well, but no travel.”

The move makes sense for him in many ways. It allows him to be much closer to his family in Philadelphia. It is also a good opportunity for him professionally.

In his time at FSN, Incmikoski worked Twins, Timberwolves and Wild games. There were many times he would be working a game a night for two to three weeks straight, traveling from city to city. It’s certainly understandable that he would enjoy a job with much less travel during the hockey season!

Incmikoski added, “I love Fox Sports North and am extremely thankful for the chance they gave me.”

After a year of Telly Hughes, Twins fans should be very thankful for the years that the hard-working Incmikoski provided insight into our homes via Fox Sports North.

Best Wishes, Robby!


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