On Tuesday morning, we woke up to the news that the bus driving from Ft. Myers to Elizabethton was involved in a fatal accident. Fortunately all of the Elizabethton players and personnel were alright. The driver of the other car passed away. We should be seeing rosters for the E-Twins and the GCL Twins shortly.
On Tuesday night, eight Kernels played in the Midwest League All Star game. We should also hear about any player promotions on Wednesday. There were a couple of great performances
It’s hard to ignore the numbers. They are pretty glaring. Overall this year, Minnesota Twins starter Mike Pelfrey is 3-6 with a 6.12 ERA in his first 13 starts. He’s allowing over 1.6 base runners per inning. It has been a tough go. In April, he posted a 7.66 ERA. In May, that number dropped to 5.90. Through two Quality Starts in June, he has posted a 4.05 ERA.
The numbers are bad, but it seemed to me from watching that things weren’t quite as bad as they seemed. For instance, in his
It's been about six weeks since we last updated which people in the Minnesota Twins organization are on Twitter. Since that time, several players have started tweeting while other players are new to the organization. This list does include several of the Twins 2013 draft picks. If they choose not to sign, they will be removed from the list, of course.
Twitter is a great way to interact with players and with your favorite Twins bloggers. Be sure to follow the following Twins Daily writers
Coming into Sunday, the final day of the first half of the Midwest League season, the Cedar Rapids Kernels had won just three of their last ten games. Meanwhile, the Beloit Snappers had won eight of ten. Both teams have clinches a playoff spot, but both teams had a chance to win the division crown. For the Kernels to win the title, they had to win AND the Snappers needed to lose. So, what happened? Well, you’ll need to read below for that answer. Another question to ask yourself is; Did Byron Buxton
A lot has been going on in the Twins farm system the last couple of days, and after missing a day for the first time this year, I'll be updating you on the last two days in game summaries and highlights.
Not sure if people will believe this, but I went from 11:00 a.m. on Friday until 7:00 p.m. on Saturday without being on my computer. I believe that is a personal record for me. I watched a couple of games at the state baseball tournament (check out this Howard Sinker blog on it, please)