Fielder foils Twins' home finale

  • Article by: JOE CHRISTENSEN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 1, 2012 - 8:57 AM
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lindy_frank123Sep. 30, 12 4:23 PM

You can put it on the board.....yesssssssssssssssss! Sux 3 out with 3 to go!

gofurnuttSep. 30, 12 4:47 PM

Can 'ya LOOOOOOK at who the Tigers Pitched.... As In All Season Lonnnnng, Where's the Offense?????????

lindy_frank123Sep. 30, 12 4:47 PM

Should be interesting Joe's at .322...Cabera at .324...Joe needs a few hits in Toronto. And Miigy to go 0 fer.

lindy_frank123Sep. 30, 12 4:50 PM this stage of the season, it's pitching that really wins....look who will be in the playoffs/Washington Pitching/Saint Louis/pitching/Atlanta Pitcing/San Fran/pitching and Cinncinnati/Pitching.... American League? Oakland/Baltimore/New York/Texas/Detroit..

mgalaforetSep. 30, 12 6:12 PM

Oh boy, Joe may win the batting title for a last place team. Hmmm Cabrera possibly may win the triple crown on the first place team. Sorry MN, I would take Cabrera any day over its all about me Mauer.

matthewJamesSep. 30, 12 6:24 PM

Come on Joe win the batting title.

matthewJamesSep. 30, 12 6:27 PM

Cancel my season tickets if they don't sign some decent starting pitching.

minneg56Sep. 30, 12 6:59 PM

1. It would be an enormous achievement for Joe to win a batting crown for both a first place club and a last place club - a true testament to consistency. 2. If Mauer does win the batting title I'd bet he won't 'back into it'. 3. I agree with anyone who will implore Twins to get some help on the mound and 4. If everyone who has threatened to cancel their Twins season tickets for next season ... actually HAD season tickets, the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission would have had to double the size of Target Field...

Dantes929Sep. 30, 12 7:38 PM

"Sorry MN, I would take Cabrera any day over its all about me Mauer." Is that supposed to be a slam of Mauer? Cabrerra is likely having a triple Crown year. I would take him over anyone. Mauer is still really good.

dmcaccSep. 30, 12 8:27 PM

Wow. Worst home record by far in all of major league baseball. Along with Houston last year, the most losses at home in one season for any major league team since the Diamondacks in 2004. Wow. If you saw the Twins win at home this year, you either went to a lot of games...or you were lucky. And, not to be too negative, only 16 runs in 6 games during the homestand. I bet all the teams in the AL West and East checked their schedules as soon as they came out to see home many games they get to play at Target Field next year...


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