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  1. Actually, Radke got the Twins closer to a World Series than Johan Santana ever did.
  2. Keeping your starting players sharp certainly isn't meaningless. I can't think of any manager who would sit his starters for over a week in preparation for the playoffs. It'd be nuts. Heck, the Dodgers have been playing meaningless games for a while now, yet Bellinger and Seager are still out there playing. It's a bummer what happened to Arraez, but that's baseball. Wrapping him in bubble wrap until October 4th was never an option.
  3. I'm not sure how one game negates the past couple months. Tough crowd, I guess.
  4. I don't recall anyone saying you had to proclaim Falvey and Levine the "best" anything, so maybe ease up on the strawmen. You said "with a little luck" Falvey and Levine would be gone from Minnesota, meaning you want them gone. Why? Providing an explanation would have been helpful.
  5. I hardly think it's unreasonable to believe Baldelli may have been a little too bold in using Dyson in Miami, but I agree with you that it's ultimately on him that he hasn't gotten the job done. It's certainly on him to pull himself together. I'm still confident he will.
  6. When Joe gets his #7 retired, he'll join #14 and #28. If I'm a new Twin, I'm grabbing that #56 before anyone else does.
  7. This feels like an end of an era for the Twins. Not having Joe on the team is going to take some getting used to.
  8. I agree Kepler has been a bummer this year, but the 71 BB at least provide a glimmer of hope. Maybe he blossoms like Aaron Hicks? One can dream, I guess.
  9. I really hope Sano is at the plate not thinking at all about home runs, but rather singles and doubles like the ones he's been getting since his return. He's looked so much better than the all-or-nothing (mostly nothing) hitter he was earlier in the season. Just let the home runs happen on their own.
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