Twins take pitchers to new heights

  • Article by: PHIL MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 18, 2013 - 12:35 AM

The Twins are bringing in power arms, often attached to some BIG pitchers.

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stanbobMar. 17, 13 8:48 PM

after "good ol" andy gets ahold of them, "new heights" means their ERA.

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wndwmkrMar. 18, 13 7:11 AM

Truly amazing - an entire article without one reference to "pitch to contact" and "pitch count". Now if that can translate to the regular season perhaps it will be a new era and I don't mean earned run average.

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buccaneer44Mar. 18, 13 8:25 AM

There still isn't a bonafide pitcher in the group!

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karylriceMar. 18, 13 8:58 AM

Who is the pitcher in the video?

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producedudeMar. 18, 1310:10 AM

There is a difference between being big and playing big. Just look at Joe Mauer as an example of a big player, who plays small.

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commonsens4uMar. 18, 1310:43 AM

Filler article. The only stat that matters is what the Twins pitchers' ERA is. And judging by their historical stats, we are in for a very high number.

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sane09Mar. 18, 1311:06 AM

"There still isn't a bonafide pitcher in the group"...They are trying to make a trade for Pierre Bonafide.

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sane09Mar. 18, 1311:10 AM

"Just look at Joe Mauer as an example of a big player, who plays small"...Would you prefer Loek Van Mil and Jon Rauch, who were examples of big players who played lousy.

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producedudeMar. 18, 1312:01 PM

I would rather have a CC Sabathia, or Randy Johnson, not a 23 mill. dollar slap hitter.

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oldmannickelMar. 18, 1312:52 PM

Do any of these guys have any college eligibility left that would be able to help the Gophers out in the NCAA tournament?

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