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Casey at the Bat (Metrics Version)

Other Baseball Today, 10:03 PM
I purloined this from WAPO. A modern version of an old classic. https://www.washingt...nl_ideas&wpmm=1

Front Page: Hot Corner Consideration: Potential Third Bas...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:03 PM
Inside the Twins’ meeting rooms this winter, plenty of discussion will be focused on starting pitching. However, third base should be a s...

Front Page: Dealing with Wheeler Gets Minnesota an Ace

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:18 PM
This offseason the Minnesota Twins chief focus is going to be on acquiring impact pitching. The front office has suggested as much, and w...

Plan to reduce minor league teams

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 05:41 PM
https://www.nytimes....ue-changes.html   https://www.baseball...r-league-teams/   It would appear that MLB must be thinking the...

2019 MLB (Non-Twins) Postseason Discussion Thread

Other Baseball Today, 04:20 PM
Here's thread for general (non-Twins) 2019 MLB postseason discussion!


2020 Pitching Decisions: Odo, Pineda, Perez, Brusdar, Littell & More

Posted by Tom Froemming , 10 October 2019 · 1,234 views

Fellow Twins Daily contributor Jamie Cameron and I discussed the immediate decisions facing the Twins regarding their current in-house pitchers. We recorded live on Twitter, but here's a cleaned up version of our discussion that cuts out a few (expected) technical issues we ran into:

I love to jump headfirst into things, so I'm not sure where this is going to go or how it works into Twins Daily just yet, but I plan on recording similar discussions with other Twins Daily contributors in the future. A big thanks to Jamie for volunteering to join me on the first one of these adventures.

If you have any feedback on the broadcast, I'd love to hear it. This is the first time I've tried anything like this, but again, it definitely won't be the last.

Jordan Lyles! Jordan Lyles! Jordan Lyles!


I like to look for the cheap signing with the most upside.