I was perusing the videos on mlb.com today and reliving some old glory moments when I came upon a video, posted today that discussed who two analysts thought the Twins should go after over the rest of the season and here were the picks along with my own thoughts.
Analyst #1: Jair Jurrjens
Analyst #2: Mike Pelfrey
If I had to pick on I would pick Jurrjens. 2013 has already been flushed away and while both of these
Forgive me bloggers for I have sinned. It has been 3 months and 17 days since my last post. I attribute this to 1) being busy 2) the state of the Twins having me down in the dumps and 3) laziness. However, recent trades have me excited again and wondering who's next to be moved.
I've been hearing a lot about a connection between the Orioles and Morneau but I'm wondering if he could possibly start drawing interest from Texas. Texas has been chasing Zach Greinke, Josh Hamilton and a
The future outfield of the Twins (Hicks, Arcia and Buxton)
- I currently hold high hopes that this trio might be united by 2015. not entirely sure how exactly they're going to fit into a lineup though. Hicks is certainly showing that he has the capability to become a top lead-off man and yet early on in the going Buxton is also displaying the speed to profile in such a position as well.
- At the moment I would give the leadoff spot to Hicks because he has the speed yet
Morneau gets traded during the offseason for a starting pitching prospect knocking on the major league door.
Parmelee can continue his success in AAA throughout the rest of season.
not if that success doesn't translate into a strong September call-up.
Willingham shifts his bat to the DH role more often following the All-Star break.
Arcia/Hicks advance to AAA and still produce at the same level and deserve a call-up.
Today I went to the mlb website and read some of the comments concerning Robertson's MLB debut, Revere, and Gardy's thoughts on who are All-Stars for he Twins. I also made the mistake of reading the comments and I have problems with them. 1) A large majority of the comments were simply dissing Gardy. I understand being frustrated but in my opinion Gardenhire has been a solid, if unspectacular manager. The Twins have hit a rough patch in their history and Gardy is getting ripped apart. 2) Many of