Monthly Archives: August 2011

Unlike Last Time We Were 20 Games Under 500, We Have No Chance Of Making The Playoffs

Well folks, it’s over. We won’t be making the playoffs or even have a chance of Making the playoffs. In fact, It was over last weekend when we lost the four game series against the Yankees three games to one. … Continue reading

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Last Night’s Reversed Call Of Justin Morneau’s inicial Two-Run Home Run Is a Good Example Of Why Instant Replay Is Bad For Baseball

Last night’s game is another example of the many things that have gone wrong for the Twins this season. In the bottom of the first inning, Justin Morneau hit what inicially was a two-run homer which would have given the … Continue reading

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Last Night’s Win Could Turn The Twins Season Around

Last Night’s 6-5 Twins win over the Tigers was one of the most emotionally charged wins so far this season. So much so that I actually forgot the Tigers scored a run in the ninth inning. Thanks to a college friend who’s gone out … Continue reading

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So, When Should We Give Up All Hope The Twins won’t Make the Playoffs?

Hello Twins fans and I think it’s time to start looking at the mirror and realize that these next 13 games will pretty much determine if we still might have playoff hopes. They just lost the first game of this … Continue reading

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The Best Trade Is Your Current Players Perform Better

Well folks, the nonwaiver trade deadline went and the Twins didn’t make one trade. Not even after all of this talk about Span going to the Wahshington Nationals or Michael Cuddyer going to some contender like Boston Or Phillie. However, … Continue reading

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