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talk to me in a month after they have played at NY and Boston and played Chicago and Detroit. They will be back at 500 best case scenario. Beating NL teams means they are better than triple A teams.Big deal!!
The NL stinks. In the next month the Twins play at Boston and NY and others--500 season at best for this collection.
He's always there when the commercials end; that's good enough for me.
you are a jerk
I thought you had retreated under your rock. In case you haven't noticed, EXERYBODY gets to play the national league, and the Twins did it better than everybody, including your vaunted Bosox and Yanks. So go back to your rock and slither underneath.
the guys are fun to watch and decent ball club to boot....you werent here for 1970's and the dull boring winless calvin twins were you jmarksor...Gardy for Governor!!!
Anyone want to bet Selig's beloved Yankees and Red Sox have yet to recieve a warning even though their games are 1-2 hrs longer. It is ridiculous.
I wonder if Manny Ramirez got a speed up warning. Generally, when he hits a homerun, he stands and poses at home plate for 10 seconds while the balls sails out of the park. MLB is gives favoritism to big market clubs.
The consensus was a few weeks back to ignore him. He obviously has no life, or a very bad life, and needs attention to forget he still lives in his motherâ€™s basement. He displays no baseball knowledge and says things just to get others upset. He was ignored a few weeks back and went away for awhile and the same will probably work again.
The length of some games is determined by the ratio of balls to strikes thrown by the pitcher, and/or the number of hits, runs, and errors by the respective teams. That is just the game. What is of concern is delaying tactics by some players in attempts to gain psychological advantage. Gardenhire knows that and so do you.
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