Monthly Archives: February 2011

Some Notes and Thoughts From the Dugout

Today, the twins played their first Spring Training game in Fort Meyers at Hammond Stadium. This means that we’re less than 33 days till April 1 when the Twins will open their regular season at Torronto. The Twins beat the … Continue reading

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Some Random Thoughts From the Dugout

Well it’s been a few days since I last Blogged. Well, I think it’s time for some more thoughts from me. I think the thing that is of most interest so far this spring for the Twins is the fact … Continue reading

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Is It Time To Panic?

Spring training started for the Twins on Thursday and already we’re seen some signs of players not quite totally healthy. For one thing, Scott Baker had elbow soreness on Thursday, but was doing better than expected yesterday. He is expected to resume … Continue reading

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Who’s Going to Fill The Remaining Bullpen Spots?

Tomorrow, spring training officially begins for the Twins when pitchers and catchers report. Many of them however are already down in Fort Meyers working out. I’d like to take a closer look at who will be on the Twins pitching … Continue reading

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Things To Watch In Spring Training

Come this Thursday, pitchers and Catchers will officially report for spring training with the rest of the team reporting a few days later. Here are some things to watch as spring training progresses. Bullpen: The Twins head into spring training … Continue reading

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Should The Twins Trade Liriano?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about whether or not the Twins should trade Fransisco Liriano. It might sound like a good idea, but is it really? Liriano is due to become a free agent after the 2012 season … Continue reading

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Some Random Thoughts From The Dugout

The Twins avoided Arbitration this past weekend and signed Fransisco Liriano to a one year deal of $4.3 million, midway between the club’s offer of $3.6 million and his own figure of $5 million. Now the Twins need to work … Continue reading

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