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About Paul Pleiss
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I'm currently living in the rain and beer filled city of Seattle. The baseball out here is bad, but not as had as it has been for my hometown Minnesota Twins. If you're ever out this way shoot me a message and we'll get together for a beer and to talk baseball for a bit.
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United States Coast Guard
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Talk to Contact, Ep 90: "It's like prevent defense with linebackers in the backfield"

by Paul Pleiss on 07-02-2014 at 11:25 PM
You can download the new Talk to Contact (@TalkToContact) episode via iTunes or by clicking here, and if you want to add the show to your non-iTunes podcast player, this is the RSS Feed.

The Twins have struggled mightily on the road recently, but thanks to Kyle Gibson, they were able to snap the road losing skid at 10 games before coming home to drop two of three to the Kansas City Royals. This week we take a look at what's been going wrong for the Twins and what it means for the franchise

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Jared Burton, the case for dismissal.

by Paul Pleiss on 06-22-2014 at 07:07 PM
It seems that anytime I start reading a thread about the Twins pitching, somehow I end up ranting about Jared Burton. There also seems to be a never ending stream of Jared Burton supporters. I don't understand this. I've decided to take a look a the numbers, and see what I can find.

Jared Burton started out the year with a couple of clunkers and ended April with an ERA of 9.00, hitters had a .286/.419/.543 line agaisnt him, good for a wOBA of .317. Ouch! He surrended 3 home runs, and

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Talk to Contact, Ep 88: Trevor May Returns!

by Paul Pleiss on 06-19-2014 at 09:58 PM
You can download the new Talk to Contact (@TalkToContact) episode via iTunes or by clicking here, and if you want to add the show to your non-iTunes podcast player, this is the RSS Feed.

No reason to bury the lead, Trevor May is BACK! Trevor talked about his approach to pitching, what heís been doing in 2014 that has allowed him to be successful, and how much fun heís having as a member of the outstanding pitching staff in Triple-A Rochester.

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Talk to Contact, Ep 87 - When cats attack, reviewing the draft.

by Paul Pleiss on 06-12-2014 at 01:45 PM
If you're listening to this podcast, you probably have more than a passing interest in Twins baseball. You've probably read about all of their draft picks, even guys drafted after the first few rounds, like Minnesota native Pat Kelly, who was taken in the 12th round.





You can download the new Talk to Contact (@TalkToContact) episode via iTunes or click here you can download the new episode, and if you want to add the show to your

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Misquoting Rick Stelmaszek

by Paul Pleiss on 06-04-2014 at 05:27 PM
In 2007 the Twins had pitching problems. They brought in Sidney Ponson to fix the problem, but Sidney didn't bring any nasty pitches, just a nasty muleet.

Two days prior to his release La Velle E. Neal III, affectionaly known as LEN3 to serious Twins fans, reached out to then bullpen coach Rick Stelmaszek for some information about Sidney Ponson's current pitching problems.

"He is short, single and has a mullet. Why would such a guy need

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