I know, I know, all the teams will say, What happened, what are they hiding?
With the mental case Liriano is, you can not afford to destroy his trade value.
So skip his next start, he will have to pass a physical anyway, so better to not let
his head destroy his value of any chance of trading him.
Originally posted at k-bro's baseball blog
The Twins have completed two series now, and after completely embarrassing themselves from the gate, they've rallied to make their record somewhat more respectable.
I'm going to ignore the Orioles series because, frankly, I was unable to pay a lot of attention to it. I had to watch the three games in bits-and-pieces. Apparently, I didn't miss much.
I was lucky enough to attend the Twins home opener.
I'm sure you've all heard the news by now, but Rhett Bollinger (Twins beat writer for MLB.com) reports that Joel Zumaya, newly acquired righty reliever, "intends to stay healthy" this season. The main point of this article (I'm guessing since have only actually read the headline) is that in the past years, Zumaya has gone into the season looking to get hurt. "In 2010, I went into the season with one goal: breaking my arm while pitching," Zumaya probably said in this article