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Things You Need To Know About Joe Mauer

by Parker Hageman on Today at 12:20 AM
The narrative for Joe Mauer this offseason was that the transition to first base was going to heal his legs, provide him with superhuman power, and maybe help him find the missing Malaysian plane in his spare time.

So far, none of that has happened.

To Twins fans, the most relevant is the power. Through 19 games this year, he has just three extra base hits in his back pocket - two doubles and a home run. Beyond that, Mauer has not accumulated

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Things You Need To Know About Joe Mauer

by Parker Hageman on Today at 12:16 AM
The narrative for Joe Mauer this offseason was that the transition to first base was going to heal his legs, provide him with superhuman power, and maybe help him find the missing Malaysian plane in his spare time.

So far, none of that has happened.

To Twins fans, the most relevant is the power. Through 19 games this year, he has just three extra base hits in his back pocket - two doubles and a home run. Beyond that, Mauer has not accumulated

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Phil Hughes Attempts to Reinvent Himself In Minnesota

by Parker Hageman on 04-18-2014 at 08:42 AM
Over his career, Phil Hughes has seemingly been one solid secondary pitch away from taking over the world.

Since his prospect days, his curveball was considered this dangerous weapon. For Hughes, unfortunately, the pitch never manifested into that killer pitch as projected. Eventually, the pitch was unceremoniously dropped from his arsenal in 2012.

When asked why the deuce took the backseat to other pitches in his repertoire, Hughes cited

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Jason Kubel Off To A Fast Start

by Parker Hageman on 04-11-2014 at 10:32 AM
Letís just say Jason Kubelís to Minnesota return was not exactly met with wild enthusiasm from the Twins fandom.

Based on the previous seasonís production -- a stomach-turning batting line of .216/.293/.317 (avg/obp/slg) with just five home runs in 290 plate appearances -- you could not fault anyone on the outside looking in. Nevertheless Kubel and those close to him maintained that, at 31-years-old, the left-handed outfielder-slash-designated hitter was

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Chris Colabello Finds Comfort at the Plate

by Parker Hageman on 04-07-2014 at 10:31 PM
Chris Colabello is a player who refuses to take a hint when he is no longer wanted.

This past winter, the Twins were up against a roster crunch and decided that Colabello, who hit below .200, accumulated a waist-high pile of strikeouts and positional inflexibility, not to mention at an advanced age for a prospect, was expendable. When the they signed catcher Kurt Suzuki in December, they negotiated with a Korean team to move Colabello off the 40-man roster.

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