FSN to interview Twins right after games, even losses

  • Article by: JUDD ZULGAD , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 27, 2008 - 10:05 PM

Many teams don't like to have their players talk to the media directly after games, so the Twins are a bit wary.

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jmagill06Mar. 27, 0811:22 PM

It has to deal with fair and balance. Of course you will get all the "fluff" reactions from players after a loss when they have some time to dwell on it. A lot of times, media gets the best quotes from winners after the game because they are so excited and say so many things. It will be a neat perspective to hear what players really feel after a game where they weren't victorious. It would probably get a little old if you were reporting on the Wolves this year.

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DrZoidbergMar. 28, 08 1:01 AM

...because if they only interviewed them after a win, we'd only get about one interview each week. But, it's just going to be the same old, boring questions: "How big was this win?" or "How tough was this loss?"

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jmarksorMar. 28, 08 8:27 AM

This is the worst Twins team in 15 years. The idea will be scrapped after a month!

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ilovesidMar. 28, 08 9:18 AM

I love the throwaway note about the Big Ten Network...they already f-d us over through an entire football and basketball season, now they want you to pay for a season-ending anthem show...classic. What a great relationship they have developed in the network's first year with college sports fans. And to the commentor who said this is the worst Twins team in 15 years, I suggest he does a little research before hastily reaching that conclusion, because that was laughably inaccurate. I don't recall ANY former MVPs or batting champs on the 1996-2000 teams.

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ilovesidMar. 28, 08 9:21 AM

These guys are paid professionals who make millions, I find it absolutely hilarious that they can talk only after a win....I wish I would've got that same deal with my parents (only had to talk to them after a good day). I'm glad they are finally doing interviews after all games and ending this silly distinction.

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crumdawgMar. 28, 0811:19 AM

Players have always talked after losses. The only thing that's changed here is the timing - immediately after the game. Personally I have zero interest in watching a player awkwardly choose his words the second after a tough loss. This just seems like another example of a network trying to entertain us with something new, when all really care about is what happens on the field.

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coreykloosMar. 28, 0812:25 PM

I can't remember the last time I stuck around at the end of a baseball game, especially a night game, to watch a post-game interview. Win or loss

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klm1269Mar. 28, 08 2:45 PM

Players give the most boring interviews out there. It is just cliche after cliche...blah blah blah.

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