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nclahammer

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  1. A great story and one of only a few pitching additions by the twins front office that was not a swing and miss.
  2. I will be cheering for Smeltzer wherever he continues his career, such a good story, agree that it may be time to move on. I thought Garlick might stick early in the season until Refsnyder came on the scene. We have so many corner outfielders.
  3. Kepler is another former hot young prospect who now can't hit their weight.
  4. Don't worry about the lack of pitcher promotions, Austudillo will be back with the Twins soon LOL (hopefully won't be needed in that capacity.) Awesome job covering life down on the farm, a must read each day on Twins Daily.
  5. My favorite read every morning with my cup of coffee, finding out how "The Kids" did in the minors for the Minnesota Twins. So good to have this feature back, thank you Twins Daily.
  6. Wow, in 2021 I'm amazed that that some "fans" are surprised Berrios was done after 84 pitches and 6 innings. Have you not been watching MLB the past decade? To quote Sergeant Hulka from the movie Stripes, "Lighten up Francis." Nice game Jose.
  7. Fielding 101 for Colome', know the score and get the out at first base! Kepler should have been given an error for the drop, the ball hit him right in the glove. Simmons with the error at SS on what should have been a sure out. Very spring training-like defense.
  8. Jake Cave is a nice guy who's had a pretty good run with the Twins as a 4th outfielder. With the OF talent waiting behind him, I think this is his swan song with the team.
  9. Really??? Let's not blow it folks and do something stupid. 25% is a good start, and I know that while I won't get to nearly as many games, to be back at Target Field for even a few is something I'm looking forward to.
  10. This makes me even more of a Brian Dozier fan, and I'm already a big one. Nothing but class from #2.
  11. Gordon has been plagued with bad luck throughout much of his career and I feel he will be left on the outside looking in for the Twins, and not receive a MLB call from them. He will either be traded or waivered.
  12. AT&T I hear is one option. We're looking into cutting the cable cord, and they're about the only streaming option we've found.
  13. I will continue to cheer for Eddie Rosario when he plays against the Minnesota Twins, although not for his team. One of my all-time favorite Twins.
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