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Blogging Twins at the Tenth Inning Stretch since 2007
http://tenthinningstretch.blogspot.com/
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Preliminary Twins mid-season top 40 prospect list (including 2014 draftees)

by Thrylos on 06-09-2014 at 05:56 PM
Originally published at The Tenth Inning Stretch
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I released my extensive off-season 2014 Minnesota Twins top 40 prospect list last winter. You can find the full off-season 1-40 list and links to individual reports on each prospect here. The 2014 draft is over, I have seen several Twins' prospects play for the first time last Spring, and the full season 2014 minor league seasons are close to mid-point, so it is time to revisit the Twins' prospects and release my mid-season

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Phil Hughes is having an All-Star season and were several signs that this would be

by Thrylos on 05-17-2014 at 10:01 AM
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Phil Hughes so far (8 starts, about a quarter of the season) has been the Minnesota Twins' best pitcher and should definitely have All-Star consideration. In addition to his old school 4-1, 3.61 ERA, he has 7.6 K/9, 6.7 K/BB, and 1.225 WHIP. This translates to a 41.6 PE, which is in Ace territory. Take into consideration that he achieved that with a .326 BABIP (thanks to the Twins' playing catchers, shortstops and

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What did I see from Eduardo Nunez last weekend

by Thrylos on 04-15-2014 at 06:04 PM
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As I indicated earlier, in addition to seeing Alex Meyer, one of my goals last weekend when I attended the Red Wings' last 3 games at the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, was to have a good look at the newest Twins' player Eduardo Nunez. Nunez, once the heir apparent to Derek Jeter and a Yankees top prospect, was traded by those Yankees to the Twins for Miguel Sulbaran (quick scouting report from this Spring Training here.) Even though

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Updated 04-15-2014 at 06:15 PM by Thrylos

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Red Wings at IronPigs 3 game Redux: Part I: Alex Meyer.

by Thrylos on 04-13-2014 at 05:54 PM
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I had the opportunity to watch the Rochester Red Wings' last 3 games (the double header last night and this afternoon's game) in my back yard against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs over the weekend. My list of must dos were to see whether Alex Meyer was as good as he was this Spring, in real game situations and to see what Eduardo Nunez was all about. Happily to say, that I have done that and more and I am ready to share.

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I have mixed feelings about Jason Bartlett making the Twins...

by Thrylos on 03-28-2014 at 03:34 AM
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...and has nothing to do with nostalgia.

The Twins have been busy trying to finalize their 25 man roster, this week, the last of Spring Training, and unless you are lucky enough to vacation to a remote island away from mobile phones and the Internets, you would know by now that there was a waiver wire frenzy that had two Twins without options (Chris Parmelee and Scott Diamond) passing through waivers unclaimed

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