Maybe it's because we've had to endure four straight horrific seasons, or maybe it's because there are legitimate reasons to be pessimistic about this years team; but as Bill Parcels once said, "You are who the numbers say you are." And the numbers say the Twins (26-…
The Twins lost 2-1 in 10 innings in Detroit to the Tigers Tuesday night. Ian Kinsler drove in Anthony Gose in the 10th inning with a single to end the game. The lone Twins' run came in the 8th inning when Danny Santana tripled and Torii Hunter drove him in with a sacrifice fly.
Tomorrow my brother-in-law and I will be in downtown Minneapolis at a one-day Minnesota Twins Fantasy Camp -- fielding, hitting, and pitching at Target Field. We're pretty excited about it, but I might be too sore to get out of bed on Thursday morning (or Friday of that matter).
Excuse me (tap, tap, tap) is this on? Has anyone noticed that the Minnesota Twins are one-and-a-half games behind the first place Kansas City Royals in the American League Central? They beat the Indians 7-4 this afternoon for their 9th win in the last 10 games.
Are you kidding me? Where did these guys come from? The Twins are a team that the baseball smarties (and myself, admittedly not a baseball smarty) expected less than nothing from this season. I know we're only 30 games into the season, but these guys are still blowing my mind.