Monthly Archives: June 2012

What to do with Liriano

Since returning from his brief banishment to the bullpen, Francisco Liriano has had a outstanding run of success, as he’s struck out 4o in 37 innings while allowing a .160 opponent’s batting average, walking 14, and producing a 2.41 ERA. … Continue reading

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State of the Twins

When a team is 12 games below .500, it would seem that pessimism would be more in the cards than a steadily brewing excitement. However, for this Twins team, they are on a bit of a roll lately. Over the … Continue reading

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Top Ten Worst Trades in the Last Decade (Part II)

About a week and a half ago, I made the first post in a intended series of posts on the worst trades of the last decade–just as we approach the 10th anniversary of the infamous Bartolo Colon trade. With that, … Continue reading

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The Most Important Day of the Year?

June 4th isn’t a obviously vital day for almost any baseball team, whether they are contending or not, but today will be a major day for the Twins franchise. Or, more specifically, the next few days overall will have a … Continue reading

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Top Ten Worst Trades in the Last Decade (Part I)

This idea was given to me by my brother lately in reference to my remarks concerning Tshoyoshi Nishoika’s terrible 2011 season and his worst 2012 season at AAA. So far, he’s hitting .202/.309/.255 in 94 at-bats at AAA. He’s simply … Continue reading

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