Doumit delivers walk-off victory for Twins with two-run triple

  • Article by: Phil Miller , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 1, 2013 - 11:56 PM

Filling in at cleanup, he made Seattle’s Tom Wilhelmsen pay for his ninth-inning wildness.

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HoekJun. 1, 13 4:12 PM

Gardenhire's poor management was spared a loss by their pitchers 3 walks in a row. Gardenhire needs to go. He keeps repeated the same mistake of leaving starting pitcher in too long.

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Dares1Jun. 1, 13 4:49 PM

Another quality walk from Joey Mauer. Let some one else drive in the run.

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lakestellaJun. 1, 13 4:54 PM

Really nice to see Doumit finally getting his hitting back to where it was last season!

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ladykasJun. 1, 13 5:24 PM

If Gardy takes the pitcher out sooner and things don't go well you complain about that. The way the bullpen has been forced to be used lately, he is trying to get as much out of his starters that he can...Hindsight is always 20/20.

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BallFourJun. 1, 13 6:18 PM

Nice run here lately by Doumit, even though some here have claimed "he's not a major league ballplayer."

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joshlinehanJun. 1, 13 6:51 PM

"Another quality walk from Joey Mauer. Let some one else drive in the run." God, that's stupid. You realize he scored the winning run, right?

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stanbobJun. 1, 13 7:28 PM

This was an impressive win by the twins, first time in a while I've been able to say that.

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Dantes929Jun. 1, 13 7:29 PM

"Another quality walk from Joey Mauer. Let some one else drive in the run." Good Lord. Did you see the pitches he laid off of? Would you prefer he strike out like most players would have? I know the post was sarcastic but it actually was a quality walk and did allow others an easier time of driving in runs.

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scooterJun. 1, 13 8:56 PM

ladykas is right. Have you seen what the starters have done the past few years? He's trying to look at the big picture here, which fans don't do.

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kennyrogersJun. 1, 13 9:50 PM

Donut is the most productive .218 hitter since Mario Mendoza!

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