Revere has only good memories with Twins

  • Article by: PHIL MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 28, 2013 - 6:32 AM

The center fielder offered a reminder of what the team traded away.

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grmartin23Feb. 27, 13 8:59 PM

What a class act. Thanks for the memories, Ben. I was sorry to see you go.

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Chein1Feb. 27, 1310:26 PM

I appreciate the energy and enthusiasm Ben brought to the team. Made folks smile, both fans and teammates alike. I understand the trade but still wonder who will be the heart and soul, the driving force of energy on the team. I hope it doesn't become a boring, vanilla, team to watch. As we saw in the team that fought off contraction, it's more fun to watch an energetic team that loses with effort than to watch a boring team that doesn't win enough.

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rocantrFeb. 28, 13 8:45 AM

I'll never forget the time he did a somersault on his way to third and still managed to get the triple. I can't think of a single player in the MLB today who projects the same enthusiasm as Revere. Even off the field he passes his humbleness to the fans. Last year, a friend of ours took his 4 year old son to get his haircut. Revere happened to be at the same place and went to his car and brought back a signed BP bat for the kiddo. Now that's a true role model.

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bolock54Feb. 28, 13 8:54 AM

Still don't think the Twins will miss him all that much....punch and judy hitter mostly, decent defense....should be able to replace him adequately, as this year will be a big experimental year anyway.....

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rlundl02Feb. 28, 1310:18 AM

Great kid...

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partskcojFeb. 28, 13 4:03 PM

Hey! Stick to the Twins. If I want to read about Revere I'll check the Phil's blog.

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callmestupidFeb. 28, 13 7:02 PM

Funny how people gadge a hitter on if he can hit one out of the park or not. Ben is a good spark plug with great defense. You'll continue to hear about Ben

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