Twins Insider: It's winless in Seattle as bats remain silent

  • Article by: JOE CHRISTENSEN , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 19, 2012 - 9:33 PM

With their once-potent offense having gone kaput, the Twins could threaten to reach 100 losses again this season.

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dirtydogsAug. 19, 12 6:20 PM

But Terry Ryan said everything was going to be okay earlier this year.....CLUELESS!!!

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avalancheguyAug. 19, 12 6:21 PM

pathetic!!

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ollie3Aug. 19, 12 6:28 PM

11 more left on base....they really need to send Nishioka down, he just can't drive anyone in.

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cuso26Aug. 19, 12 6:40 PM

Show your fan base you care, start the shakeups NOW.

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notsidAug. 19, 12 6:42 PM

Just another loss by a god awful team but Gardy is going to tell us post game, of course, that "our guys battled their butts off out there all day but..." couldn't get a hit when needed as always and, of course, very marginal pitching once again. Simply another manifestation of the season plus long approach. But hey, the Twins have their new stadium at taxpayer expense thereby increasing the value of the franchise to the owners so why worry about the quality of the team put on the field?

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philgorngieAug. 19, 12 6:45 PM

Gardy gets a pass by the satisfied Twins who are making big bucks because of the suckers who continue to show up at Target Field

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daveyk206Aug. 19, 12 6:56 PM

Seriously, how does Gardy still have a job with the Twins.

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stanbobAug. 19, 12 6:57 PM

garden ire and his personalized collection of "coaches" have no business going on to Oakland, let alone coming back to Minnesota.

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razzlerAug. 19, 12 7:06 PM

good grief! swept by the mariners! twenty games under and sinking! worst team in the american league! a bewildered manager and pitching coach! how bad does it have to get mr. pohlad? how bad does it have to get....

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shanenordAug. 19, 12 7:08 PM

A big difference in this game was the Mariners relievers threw mid 90's, the Twins , not so much. How did that pitch to contact work today?

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