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Game Thread: Twins vs Braves - 2/24/20 12:05 CT

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:10 AM
1. M. Garver - C 2. W. Astudillo - 3B 3. M. Sano - 1B 4. T. Larnach - DH 5. L. Wade Jr. - LF 6. G. Celestino - CF 7. B. Rooker - RF 8. T....

Spring Training/Ft. Myers Question

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:57 AM
Hoping for some help & guidance...   Family is headed to Fort Myers in late February for a week vacation, and we plan to take in...

What Makes a Shortstop a Great Defender?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:51 AM
When Statcast came out with infield defensive ratingsat the end of 2019, Jorge Polanco appeared at the bottom of the SS list. Using actua...

Severino shut down with forearm soreness

Other Baseball Yesterday, 08:43 PM
According to mlb.com, Severino is being shut down and his opening day status is in question. That means NY may begin the season without b...

In The Best Shape of Their Life!

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:16 PM
ANNND Welcome! To the forum you never knew you needed... Until now! This is your only place on the internet to find a collection of Twins...

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Running Down the Hall (of Fame Ballot)

Posted by Cody Christie , in Other Baseball 05 January 2016 · 946 views
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My first Twins game was May 30, 1994 when the Twins took on the Seattle Mariners. As a kid, I was excited to be at my first big league game but it's fun to look back on the caliber of players in both line-ups. Future Hall of Famers Kirby Puckett, Randy Johnson, and Dave Winfield all played in the game.

Two other members of that Mariners team are prominen...


REVIEW: 'Tony Oliva' by Thom Henninger

Posted by Cody Christie , in Other Baseball 18 June 2015 · 2,468 views
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REVIEW: 'Tony Oliva' by Thom Henninger For baseball fans across the Upper Midwest, Tony Oliva has become one of the most well known personalities. His infectious smile and broken English endeared him to any smiling face with a hand to shake and a baseball to sign. Tony O has become a legend but it's amazing to think of how close he was to never having a baseball career.

These trials and tribu...


Sorting Through the 2015 Hall of Fame Ballot

Posted by Cody Christie , in Other Baseball 05 January 2015 · 1,157 views
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Sorting Through the 2015 Hall of Fame Ballot This year is going to be tough.

The writers of the BBWAA have to narrow a stacked ballot down to the ten most worthy names. There are going to be some worthy candidates that aren't elected and some might even fall off the ballot. That's what happens when writers are limited to how many votes they can have on the ballot.

I am a member of the Baseball Blo...