Correia struggles as Twins fall to Cleveland again

  • Article by: PHIL MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 5, 2013 - 12:02 AM

He gave up four runs in the first two innings, a hole that was too big to overcome against Scott Kazmir.

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timolsonMay. 4, 13 3:21 PM

What's the deal with Mauer striking out all the time. Man, it's every game, it seems. At least once, sometimes twice.

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ewen21May. 4, 13 3:29 PM

Both Mauer and Morneau have the same spaced out, robotic gaze we were accustomed to seeing in the playoffs back when the Twins used to contend.

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efrik1May. 4, 13 3:30 PM

Thing is, most teams have days where their best pitcher struggles. But the rest of the rotation can pick him up with wins down the road. THE TWINS DO NOT HAVE THAT. Thanks, Terry.

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meegwichMay. 4, 13 3:41 PM

Terry Francona would have looked good in a Twinkies uniform, maybe would have brought some game-savvy and fired up the lads over the current ...where's the seeds...

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ewen21May. 4, 13 3:56 PM

Francona at least had the common sense to understand it was time to get out after the 2011 season in Boston. He knew he'd lost his team so he did the classy thing and stepped down. He essentially took a year off, did some broadcasting work and regrouped. Now he is managing again. Gardy must be looking at Francona right now and wondering why he didn't do the same.

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notsidMay. 4, 13 4:03 PM

Ah yes, the same old but loveable Twins that we have come to expect. That is, a team that cannot hit and cannot drive in runs, i.e. nine LOB today. Same old same old!

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mnhockeyguyMay. 4, 13 4:05 PM

Unfortunately the regression to the mean has started for Correia and the Twins.

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ewen21May. 4, 13 4:16 PM

Correia is probably THE reason why this team has (had) been hovering around .500. Looks like those days will soon be in the rear view mirror. By the way, the middle of the lineup has been absolutely horrendous.

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razzlerMay. 4, 13 4:19 PM

wave goodbye to .500 and hello to last place in the division ( again )

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birdpeepMay. 4, 13 4:27 PM

Terry Ryan said that once the weather got better the bats would come around. It looks like they have, for all the other teams. 90+ plosses, here we come!

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