Poor fourth inning dooms Gibson, Twins in 4-1 loss to Rays

  • Article by: Phil Miller , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 10, 2013 - 6:44 AM

Kyle Gibson walked the bases full in the fourth before giving up two hits, good for four runs and the Rays’ sixth victory in a row.

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guth54Jul. 9, 13 9:19 PM

Go Rays! Two wins, two more to go.

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juroiskJul. 9, 13 9:22 PM

The Twins continue there losing ways. Last place is again realistic. Cleaning house instead of the rent a player theme may be needed or our attendance will look like Tampa Bay's.

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zammanJul. 9, 13 9:28 PM

Betcha Anderson said to Gibson, well here is where you lose it. Fire Gardy and Andy and watch the skyrockets follow. They are so bad, they cannot get anyone on this team prepared to play. Best of all the Twins front office called me to sign up for season tickets, are you kidding me? who in their right mind would pay to watch this simple high school team play with a manager and pitching coach who are totally clueless...

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stanbobJul. 9, 13 9:29 PM

sure they lost but they were battlin' and gettin' after it, the boys just need to start havin' a little bit of fun out there...

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caferevJul. 9, 13 9:31 PM

Gibson will be fine; he's a legit #3 starter of the future (on a good team, #2 on a bad team). Now, Aaron Hicks is batting .370 with a .414 OBP since being recalled. Perhaps it's time to put him back atop the order already??? I mean, Brian Dozier's not doing anything up there. In fact, Dozier isn't really doing anything anywhere in the line-up. But, hey, we're only HALFWAY through the season. Give the guy a break, right?

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transplantedJul. 9, 13 9:32 PM

My needs are simple - I just want to know what's happened to the offense.

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thome2011Jul. 9, 13 9:33 PM

Fire Gardenhire, Fire Anderson, Fire Terry Ryan!

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MitchellTJul. 9, 13 9:34 PM

How many players will they get for Morneau at the trade deadline? The Twins won't resign him. Don't just let him walk away like they did with Torii.

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caferevJul. 9, 13 9:36 PM

In fact, Hicks is batting .370 o over his past 14 games. Time to move him back on top.

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gary32Jul. 9, 13 9:37 PM

Twins.............hahahahaha

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