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Mine came back-to-back ... being six-hours plus away, only get to a handful of Twins games each season. One of them was a 21-2 win over the Red Sox in May of 1994. Kirby had seven RBI.
03-04-2012, 03:06 PM
I think the 2011 debacle resulted mostly from multiple injuries that forced the Twins to field a largely minor-league/not-ready-for-primetime line-up for much of the season.
If the real issue is...
03-04-2012, 02:13 PM
Games look fantastic on the iPad version of the app (via my home WiFi).
Don't think FCC has anything to do with the blackouts. The NBA package is not affected. In fact, NBA games aren't blacked out in League Pass, even when the opponent network is the only one carrying a...
03-04-2012, 10:49 AM
Yup. "Idiot" Brewers and "idiot" Twins. The player was the victim, twice. Fired, twice. For no good reason, twice.
Speculating here, but I think everyone, Hardy especially, will be better off...
I've been to six or seven MLB parks. I loved Coors Field, but that was tempered by the Twins losing two of three there (in a season when they lost only four interleague games).
My 1A is Cleveland...
03-04-2012, 09:59 AM
Would like to see Willingham play RF a few times before making a judgment. But I disagree with this point, Seth. Speed and athleticism play a big part in getting to balls and, even moreso, getting to...
03-03-2012, 02:35 PM
I think both Hardy and Ortiz were cases of them being healthier and of Twins' instruction paying off too late to help the club. There is an implication from both that the Twins Way is wrong or...
Suggestion: Stop reading/listening to Souhan. Your mental health will be better for it.
02-24-2012, 10:14 PM
There certainly is cause for concern. But it doesn't seem Morneau's condition has changed for the worse. The story is colored by Souhan's typical glass half-empty perspective. The presentation of the...