Imagine, for a moment, you are looking for a job. Youíre a pretty hot commodity and you have offers on the table from two companies:
Company A has spent the last two years floundering and has seen massive layoffs. Based on the company's history there is optimism for the current year, and they arenít just hiring, but talking big about the future. The company offers you a competitive salary, a little higher than others perhaps, with great benefits
We live in a society of instant gratification. This is certainly not a provocative or groundbreaking statement to make in 2012, but that doesnít make it less significant.
Weíre one month into the hot stove, one week from the Winter Meetings and about three days from a five part expose on Kyle Gibsonís GOOD arm. Needless to say, the offseason is dragging a tad for Twins Fans.
Why, however, is this? Is the offseason really dragging,
It's been awhile since I've written about the Twins. I have one Twins Daily blog post, and a few months of inconsistent blogging, under my belt, so The Random Prospect Review seemed like an apt title for this post. It gives me the option of posting again, or disappearing into the abyss. Both very real possibilities.
If there is one infield prospect that we've been over-saturated with the last couple of seasons, it's Brian Dozier. From his minor league hot streak in 2011, to his misguided
Hello, Twins fans. Some of you may remember me from my old blog, Undomed. Some of you may know me from my Twitter account, @ejoh24. Or, more likely, most of you have no idea who the hell I am. Regardless, allow me to state two things:
1. I love this Twins Daily page. Most importantly, it allows Twins fans to congregate in one place. Less importantly, it allows wayward bloggers like myself to write occasionally without people wondering why we disappeared from our blog for six months.