Monthly Archives: July 2012

What we can learn from the trades so far

So far, with the trade deadline looming, the market has not exactly been on fire. A few trades of significance have happened, but there have mostly been rumors and little action. On the other hand, a contender in our own … Continue reading

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Terry Ryan Makes Best Twins Move of Year So Far

What is that precisely? Suggesting a commitment to long-term building and a eye for the future by saying today that he is not looking to trade for pitchers to help his team this year or the next. This comes a … Continue reading

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First Half Awards

I planned to also try and do a mid-season recap/review of the Twins, but that might be a bit of a downer–they are, after all, 11 games back in a very mediocre division with a decent offense, a good enough … Continue reading

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All-Star Mistakes and Snubs

Yesterday, the release of the AL and NL rosters for the 2012 All-Star game in Kansas City led to the inevitable flurry of debate and disgust that I’ll now indulge myself in. Over at Sports Illustrated, Jay Jaffe already has … Continue reading

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