Lack of offense remains a plague in 3-2 loss to St. Louis

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  • Updated: March 10, 2012 - 12:54 AM
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partskcojMar. 9, 12 9:21 PM

Get used to it. You haven't seen anything yet. This team can't hit or pitch. As someone said Pohlad's just dumpster diving and laughing all the way to the bank.

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ham2846Mar. 9, 1210:03 PM

couldn't hit last year , here we all sit chewing on the same bone left over from last year the twins are boring,boring, boring. We sit hoping Justin makes it to the next game, Joe can play a week straight, Frincisco, Blackie, and Baker can go at least 6, in consecutive starts. We would like to see a couple dingers in the same game. Go a week without the errors. AS fans we've lowered our expectations so far that Joe and Justin will get standing o's for consecutive at bats and warning track fly balls. Frankie and Blackie get the same when Gardy comes to get them in the sixth. There are just so many ifs with this bunch. There isn't even any writers trying to put a positsive spin ,no this guy looks great, that guy is really driving the ball, hes really throwing good, nothing to hang our hopes on. Spring T so far, boring, boring, boring.

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harrya48777Mar. 9, 1211:56 PM

Should we really care any longer about this bunch of misfits? That's just the management side, the Twins speak for themselves on the field. No we should not care until they fix it right. Move on and have a good summer.

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gulfcoastMar. 10, 12 9:14 AM

I know we are probably resigned to the fact that Ben Revere is actually going to be a starting outfielder..but, could someone please tell him on a pop fly, the ball needs to hit the ground BEFORE you take off running!!

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hjlazniMar. 10, 1210:32 AM

TWINS COACHED TO SHORT SWING AND HITTING THE PITCH LATE. EVEN THE INSIDE PITCH IS SUPPOSED TO BE HIT BETWEEN THE PITCHER AND OPPOSITE MIDDLE INFIELDER. LOOK FOR THE TWINS TO LEAD THE LEAGUE IN GROUND OUTS WITH FEWEST HOME RUNS UNTIL THE COACHING CHANGES. THE PITCHING WILL BE OK IF THE TWINS PLAY THE BEST FIELDING MIDDLE INFIELDERS INSTEAD OF THE BEST HITTERS AND REVERE IN CENTER AND SPAN IN LEFT. SINCE THEY WON'T SCORE MANY RUNS THIS IS THEIR BEST SHOT. THEY DID WELL LA

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JIMGAVIGSMar. 11, 12 6:10 PM

Write this down, Mauer and Morneau will NOT hit more than 20 HR's combined. Twins lose 90+ games and finish 5th in their division.

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