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    Spring Training - Game 34 - vs Tampa - 4/3

    Twins Lineup:

    Revere CF
    Carroll SS
    Mauer C
    Morneau DH
    Willingham LF
    Parmelee 1B
    Valencia 3B
    Plouffe RF
    Hughes 2B

    Hendriks SP

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    Rays 1 Twins 0, bottom 4th. Hendricks: 3 ks, 4 hits, 0 BB. Revere with a triple earlier.
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    bottom 4: mauer doubles, morneau doubles scores mauer. 0 out.
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    Willingham doubled in Morneau, 2-1 Twins.

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    3 doubles in a row, not bad!
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    Willingham doubles, scores Morneau. Parmelee pops out to third. Valencia singles, willing ham to 3rd. Plouffe and Hughes fly out. 3 out.
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    2-1 through 5.

    Hendriks 5IP 5H/R/3K

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    3-2 Rays. Pop fly falls between Hughes/Plouffe, followed by 2 R HR.

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    4-2 Rays, double and rbi single.

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    I swear that at one point the gamecast said 29 pitches, 29 strikes for Hendriks.

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    Gamecast is not pitchcount accurate at this point.


    Pavano talked to the broadcast team while both teams went 1-2-3 in the 7th. Still 4-2.

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    2 runs, 1 unearned on Goodrum Error, off Duensing in the eighth inning. 6-2 Rays.

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    Jorge Polanco sighting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultima Ratio View Post
    Willingham doubles, scores Morneau. Parmelee pops out to third. Valencia singles, willing ham to 3rd. Plouffe and Hughes fly out. 3 out.
    I liked the signing of JWill, but I think we have to get used to him not scoring very often from second on a single.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashburyjohn View Post
    I liked the signing of JWill, but I think we have to get used to him not scoring very often from second on a single.
    Based on the radio broadcast it was Liddle who waved the stop sign. Gladden couldn't believe it he did not wave him through...
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