Trade to Twins gives Presley shot a majors

  • Article by: Phil Miller , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 1, 2013 - 11:53 PM

 

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bluedevil101Sep. 1, 13 5:10 PM

Way to go Alex-welcome to the Twins. On to Houston.

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denialoSep. 1, 13 5:12 PM

Welcome to Loserville USA. population, you!

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tanner34Sep. 1, 13 5:39 PM

So the new "worthless" guy (Alex Presley) we got for Justin Morneau is 2 for 3 with an RBI in the lead-off position..! Cool, we haven't had a guy show this much spunk since Jim Boo joined the North Stars and tried to beat up the entire opponents team by jumping into their bench by HIMSELF....!!!!

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transplantedSep. 1, 13 5:39 PM

Nice to see - fresh blood, new life. Let's hope it's contagious.

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fdrebinSep. 1, 13 5:48 PM

Good to see Gardenhire has another Punto to put in situations he doesn't belong in!

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ljh528Sep. 1, 13 6:10 PM

M & M boys? Today it was the P & P boys (who?) and we are not talking The guy on third! It maybe will awaken some of the other complacent players on the team. Nice to see a victory today with a fresh breath of air.

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roberth999Sep. 1, 13 6:21 PM

Funny. I say in yesterday's "Morneau Letter" how worthless he's been for years and get 30+ downs and 0 ups. Now... Morneau's team gets creamed and the Twins win. Told ya so...suckers!

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fuzzypilgrimSep. 1, 13 6:54 PM

Of course Presley went 3 for 4. He hasn't been indoctrinated yet by the Twins Way of hitting singles and constantly told to tweak his batting style 100 times in order to hit to the opposite field.

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rogerbSep. 1, 13 6:56 PM

Even a blind squirrel will find a nut once in a while.

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ToddAnthonySep. 1, 13 8:03 PM

Actually, I know at least one of Presley's hits was to the opposite field.

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