I gotta say, these past few days-- my country is grieving and tearing itself apart, and Hong Kong where I live, is literally tearing itself apart. It's incredibly scary here right now; yesterday and last night were some of the worst hours of my life. I needed this couple hours of respite for my very soul today. I'm happy for the Twins win. And I'm happy to share it with folks like you.
No, thank you David. For reminding us why we all invest so much in this place. Now here are the numbers:
- Registrations – 266 (up 380% from 2018) !!!!!!!!
- Topics –670 (up 40% from 2018)
- Posts – 35,829 (up 47% from 2018)
The top posters in June (not including moderators or writers) were:
615 operation mindcrime
546 Mike Sixel
Thanks for all your activity and passion folks. But we want to recognize quality, too, which is why you can choose to give a comment a “like”. The five most liked posts were:
- David HK’s comment above.
- Jiminy was unimpressed with how the umpiring crew handled (or failed to handle) the Rangers retaliating against Max Kepler when Jake Cave broke one of baseball’s unwritten rules.
- USAChief gave a little pep talk to the Twins front office to get some some bullpen help at the trade deadline.
- Twinsbythebay also took issue with the Kepler retaliation, and didn’t think Cave needed to apologize to anyone.
- SwainZag weighed in on Luis Arraez’s chances for winning AL Rookie of the Year, with a comparison to Houston’s Yordan Alvarez, who is an absolute monster.
Many of these folks are heavy contributors to our active game threads and indeed they dominate the top spots for most commented topics for the two months. If you would like to join them, they’re always pinned to the top of the Minnesota Twins Talk forum. But the trade deadline also drove a lot of discussion, such as Seth’s story asking what happens if the Twins do nothing (473 comments) and a topic about getting Noah Syndergaard (425 comments).
Thank you to everyone for sharing your thoughts and keeping the Twins Daily forums a civil, entertaining and informative place. And if you're not yet sharing, check them out yourself here.
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