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  1. Episode 130: Live In Concert from Twins Daily Winter Meltdown

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ID:	6406Aaron and John are joined live onstage at Twins Daily's inaugural "Winter Meltdown" event by special guests Twins president Dave St. Peter, former Cy Young runner-up Scott Erickson, and Miguel Sano documentary filmmaker Jon Paley, along with Parker Hageman, Seth Stohs, and 300 of their closest friends. You can listen by clicking below, download us from:

  2. Gleeman and the Geek, Ep 94: Reunited and It Feels So ... Meh

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ID:	4117John rejoins Aaron and they talk about the Twins tumble, two AAA players that could soon join the team, Darin Mastroianni's new diagnosis, Joe Mauer's new hot streak, ballparks, baseball bars, David Ortiz's return, Aaron's Apple fetish and difference between baseball prospects and baseball prospects. To listen, you can check out:

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  3. Gleeman and the Geek, Ep 92: Slumming It

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ID:	3999Aaron and John talk about why their Minnesota Twins podcast was dumped off of the radio this week and whip through several dozen small topics. These include a discussion the Twins winning pace, the debate the meaning of "lucky", Joe Mauer's slump, the tragedy of losing Nick Punto, why Aaron likes girls who make bad decisions, road tripping to St. Cloud and Kevin Correia, Mike Pelfrey, Ryan Pressly, Kyle Gibson, Aaron Hick, Oswlado Arcia, Justin Morneau, Joe Benson, Clete ...
  4. Stuff I Didn't Know About Josh Willingham

    Heís Kind Of A Catcher

    As a 23-year-old, after a couple of years in the Marlins organization, Willingham began playing catcher. Over the next few years he spent most of his time in the minors behind the plate, playing 60 of 66 games there in AAA. In fact, his first promotion to the majors happened because an ex-Twins catcher was experiencing back stiffness. It was Mike Redmond.

    But catching didnít last. The plan going into 2006 was for Willingham to get extensive ...

    Updated 12-17-2011 at 02:07 PM by Twins Daily Admin (Got rid of big picture)

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