Monthly Archives: January 2011

Thoughts From the Dugout On the Departure Of Nick Punto

Last Friday, Nick Punto signed a one year $750,000 contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. Twins fans are thinking why did we let Punto go if we could have picked him up for a cheap price. I believe there are … Continue reading

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Catchers, Infielders and Outfielders Preview

Today, we’re doing the third in a series of blogs that previews the team. The catchers for the upcoming season will remain the same as last season with Joe Mauer behind the plate most games and Drew Butera will be … Continue reading

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Twins Bullpen Preview.

Today, I’m doing the second blog in a series where we’ll take a look at the Twins roster. The bullpen will certainly have a different look after the departures of relievers Jessie Crain, Matt Guerrier and Jon Rauch. This season … Continue reading

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Twins Starting Pitching Rotation Preview

Hello Folks, Twins fest is a little more than a week away which means spring Training is just around the corner. Now that the Twins have signed Carl Pavano, I thought it is time to preview the Twins pitching rotation … Continue reading

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Thoughts From the Dugout On the Return Of Jim Thome

Well folks, he’s back! Jim Thome is back again this season to entertain us at Target Field and to make the ball park seem smaller than what it really is by hitting homeruns over the fence. Thome signed a $3 … Continue reading

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Thoughts From the Dugout

Hello once again Twins fans. for this blog entry, I’m going to do a feature that I’m going to call “Thoughts From the Dugout”. If there’s not a lot going on with the Twins and Major League Baseball, this will … Continue reading

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It’s A Shame That Neither Blylevan Or Morris Are In The Hall

On Wednesday of this week, the inducties of the class of 2011 for the Baseball Hall Of Fame will be announced. On the ballett are 2 former Minnesota Twins pitchers, Jack Morris and Bert Blylevan. I thought I’d take a … Continue reading

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