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Game Thread: Twins @ Milwaukee, 7/26/22 @ 7:10PM CT



Good afternoon Twins fans and welcome back to more game thread fun! Today the mighty Minnesota Twins (and current AL Central Division leaders) take on the NL Central Division leader Milwaukee Brewers. Unlike the drivel Rosenthal discusses in The Atlantic about the Twins collapsing in the second half of the season and getting lapped by the White Sox and Cleveland, I think the Twins are going to run away with the division. Tonight's game will be a good test for the Twins! 

Not only do I think the Twins will dominate the AL Central this second half but I think they will dominate tonight's game. The Twins lineup looks good and ready to roll. Buxton and Correa are both in the lineup tonight. This will also be Sano's first time back in the lineup since April. If he wants to stay on the team for the near future he will need to start hitting and hitting BIG! I think he will be more than motivated to show what he can do. In addition, Dylan Bundy (6-4, 4.71 ERA) will be squaring off tonight against Brewer lefty pitcher Ethan Small (0-0, 6.75 ERA). 

By the way, speaking of Dylan Bundy I wonder if he ever got teased as a kid because his last name was Bundy. Like did his friends ever call him Ted? Speaking of serial killers, infamous Wisconsin serial killer Ed Gein died on this date back in 1984 in a Wisconsin prison. I think this date in history may be a bad omen for the Brewers tonight...May be a stretch but I'm going with it.

Let's WIN Twins!

Tonight's lineups:


1. Byron Buxton, CF

2. C. Correa, SS

3. Jorge Polanco, 2B

4. Kyle Garlick, LF

5. Jose Miranda, DH

6. Gio Urshela, 3B

7. A. Kirilloff, RF

8. Gary Sanchez, C

9. Miguel Sano, 1B

SP - Dylan Bundy (RHP)



1. C. Yelich, LF

2. Willy Adames, SS

3. Rowdy Tellez, 1B

4. A. McCutchen, RF

5. Kolten Wong, 2B

6. H. Renfroe, DH

7. Luis Urias, 3B

8. Omar Narvaez, C

9. J. Davis, CF

SP - Ethan Small (LHP)

Weather: 75 degrees, 0% chance of rain.



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Now that I've thought about it more, I'm down for getting Sano a few more cracks at it. If he's cold, he can be DFA'd and we have plenty of bats to replace him. If he happens to catch fire, then enjoy it while it lasts and let him hit the open market this winter. I just don't want to see him given too many ABs if it's clear he's back to his early 2021/22 self.

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3 minutes ago, USAFChief said:

Wow. Tasteless.




I kill me.

Ed was a shy fellow.  went hunting with him once in central Wisconsin.  He kept fidgeting with his hunting knife.  He had a rare fetish with collecting the nipples of the game he shot.

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17 minutes ago, stringer bell said:

The roof is open. Nice night, the stadium is nicer than I thought it would be. 

It tends to get panned on TD, but I’ve always liked it. Among other things, I’ve found it to one of the most accessible parks in MLB for my son with a physical limitation. 

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