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If You Had To Bet $50: Will Mauer Lead All Twins Pla...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:38 PM
I'm willing to bet that Mauer doesnt hit over 12 homeruns a season for the rest of his career.    I'm just hoping when the Twin...
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Article: Welcome to the new Twins Daily!

Questions About MinnCentric Yesterday, 03:20 PM
No upload link, either from my willihammer>my profile>my gallery view, or when replying to a post -the only option is to link to...
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If You Had To Bet $50: Will Mauer Lead All Twins Pla...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:38 PM
I would absolutely take that bet. There is no way Mauer accomplishes that in 4 years. I very much hope the twins can find a better option...
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Article: Trade Candidate: Josh Willingham

Minnesota Twins Talk 24 Jul 2014
I could change it to: one of our only good hitters.  And the benefit is that we open up more playing time for Colabello, Parmelee...
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What Should be Done in the Next Five Days

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 07:48 PM
No hate, why do people throw that word around so loosely?  Plouffe isn't and never will be good enough other than a lucky...
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Attached Image: save_energy_while_using_your_pc_lk245_qde8y.jpg The Twins put together a solid series against the White Sox to earn a three-game sweep. The rival Sox are plummeting in the AL Central; it is still nice to beat a hated foe. Powerful offensive performances and some decent pitching helped the club in the series. Now it is time to see what the team can do when they hit the road for a couple series.

Some other Twins headlines from this week included: Justin Morneau finally ended the longest home run drought of his career, Kevin Corriea put together a couple solid starts, and Sam Deduno (prior to last night) continues to impress. Everything seems to be going upward in Twins Territory but this has been a streaky team this season and it's going to take more than a few wins to impress the fan base.

Here are some of the most enjoyable stories from around the web in the last week. Make sure to check them all out before you head out for the weekend.

My Weekly Rundown


Video of the Week:
After ending the longest home run drought of his career, the Twins had a little fun with their Canadian first baseman. Justin Morneau came into the dugout and he had to give high-fives to his invisible teammates. His real teammates were told by the manager to give Morneau the silent treatment. It was a funny moment especially since it had to be a big weight off his shoulders to finally hit one out.


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