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Area Old-Timey Preacher: Jose Berrios Is a Witch
"Know him by his dark works." Despite losing his first major league start, Jose Berrios' velocity and movement gave many Twins fans hope that he could be the long-term #1 or #2 starter the team desperately...
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Gleeman and The Geek #210: Back To The Future
Topics for this week's "Gleeman and The Geek" episode included Phil Hughes getting hurt, Jose Berrios not being called up, Tyler Duffey's bounceback, being delayed by golf, sending your kids off to college,...
Updates on my Sports Memorabilia collecting hobby, including through the mail autograph successes and in person autograph signings. Feel free to email me with questions: [email protected]
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Qualters and Scheib
I received a couple more ttm returns the last few days.On Friday, I received a 1955 and 1959 Topps signed by Tom Qualters.On Saturday I recevied a 1953 Topps signed by Carl Scheib. I had enclosed...
Mason named IL Exec of the Year
Red Wings General Manager Dan Mason has been named the 2012 International League Executive of the Year.
The Minnesota Twins are getting good efforts out of a trio of starting pitchers
26-year old lefty Scott Diamond, 27-year old righty Cole DeVries and 29-year old righty Samuel Deduno have all stepped up for the Twins in 2012. Diamond has been rock solid all year long for the Twins....
Leer drives in four as Miracle win season finale 6-3 over Charlotte
Andy Leer drove in Angel Morales three times to help the Miracle win their season finale against the Charlotte Stone Crabs 6-3 on Sunday at Charlotte Sports Park.
The Twins take on the Burlington Royals for Game 3 of the Appy League Championship Series
The Elizabethton Twins take on the Burlington Royals Monday September 3 at Elizabethton for the 2012 Final Appalachian League Championship Game.
Snappers Win With Dominant Offense
Beloit, WI- Every single Beloit Snapper reached base tonight helping the Snappers to pick up the 8-2 win over the Peoria Chiefs. The Snappers outhit the Chiefs 12-5 in the contest.
Hicks Following in Father's Footsteps
Joseph Hicks never wanted his son to play baseball, much less make a career out of the sport. If New Britain outfielder Aaron Hicks' father had had his way his son would be following in the footsteps of...
Baseball History, Stats, and the Twins
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A History of Non-Pitchers Pitching for the Twins
9/10/1961: Julio Becquer came into the game in the bottom of the 7th inning with the Twins trailing 8-1 at the Kansas City Athletics. He promptly allowed four consecutive two-out hits, two singles and...
He's a Twins fan. He's a geek. It's kinda sad, really.
This Blog Has Moved
You can now find it at TwinsDaily.com.Thanks,JohnHe's a Twins fan. He's a geek. It's kinda sad, really.
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Regular analysis of the Minnesota Twins from bloggers Nick Mosvick and Nick Nelson.
Goodbye and Hello
March 3rd will mark the seven-year anniversary of the inaugural post on this blog, back when Nick Mosvick got things off the ground with a Spring Training Preview that detailed the outlook for players...
Thoughts on Liriano No No
You tell 'em Grams.
My Grandma called me this afternoon to ask me why the Twins are so bad."I see how bad they are, and I think about how hard it must be for you to watch!""Nah. It's not that hard to watch. I mean, it's embarrassing...
A Twins Baseball blog, written by two guys who don't even live in Minnesota and probably don't know a damn thing and why are you listening to them? But you know what? It's not like YOU have a blog! ...Oh. You do. Well then.
A Thing I Made
I found this in my photos doing some computer cleaning. This is an original 'Shop (this is slang for Photoshop, not Stop and Shop, Shop Til You Drop, or Kelly Shoppach). I present: Mauer throwing a Hadoken...
Official MLBlog of Minnesota Twins pitcher Kevin Slowey
im not particularly sure how it started, but it seems that every offseason i end up writing an entry about things i like...im aware this list is really only pertinent to me, but perhaps, it could be a list of...
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Exhibition Game #1
It might have been only an Exhibition game, but it sure felt like Opening Night! You could feel the excitement--from fans, vendors, Twins staff, and I'm sure, the players themselves! The night that Twins...
A blog praising and cursing my beloved Minnesota Twins.
Like a Phoenix
It's a double-reference. I'm hoping, for one thing, that the Twins will rise from the (largely self-created) ashes of the current 2-0 deficit to the Yankees and hand the Bombers a drubbing in Games 3 and...
An inside look from the Minnesota Twins
Day 4 Caravan: Enough With the Cold Already, Saying Goodbye
I am writing today's blog from the Metrodome on Friday. Yesterday I had no time to write with the record setting amount of stops we made so this entry is being written solely on memory. Sitting...
TWINS TRIVIA is a fun and informative site that will help you to better understand the Minnesota Twins and their history dating back to their move to Minnesota from Washington in 1961.
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