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    I'm saying he never owns up to his bad...

    I'm saying he never owns up to his bad performances...
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    Worley blames the wind

    Of course, it was the wind that was to blame for Worley's bad outing....

    http://www.startribune.com/video/249035031.html#sfcsi
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    If they'd take Worley for him... I'm all for it...

    If they'd take Worley for him... I'm all for it...
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    I totally agree... They just need to get the...

    I totally agree... They just need to get the future players up here... Forget the washouts, re-treads and fillers...
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    I always think it's a bit silly when people...

    I always think it's a bit silly when people critique pitchers' performances their first time out in a spring game... Typically, veteran pitchers are working on specific aspects of pitching at this...
  6. I know most people are dismissing Bartlett as...

    I know most people are dismissing Bartlett as nothing more than a possible utility player, but I seriously think he'll end up being the starting shortstop... Florimon is a horrible hitter, at best,...
  7. I read it... That's why I commented... Should...

    I read it... That's why I commented... Should they have? Could they have? It's pointless....
  8. I really dislike articles like this......

    I really dislike articles like this... Second-guessing, just for the sake of trying to be controversial; luring people in to agreements over meaningless retrospect. You can go back and second guess...
  9. It's hard to give much credibility to a guy,...

    It's hard to give much credibility to a guy, whose analysis includes lauding the Twins for having one of the best catchers in the game, in Joe Mauer for 2014...

    "Wait... Are you telling me...
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    It appears to be a player that has already been...

    It appears to be a player that has already been mentioned as someone the Twins are interested in:

    "Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN talked with Twins manager Ron Gardenhire yesterday and was told the...
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    The bar really isn't set very high for Bartlett....

    The bar really isn't set very high for Bartlett. If he can hit better than .221/.281/.330 (Florimon's 2013 numbers) he could definitely be the starter...
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    Ryan was interviewed on 1500 ESPN today and the...

    Ryan was interviewed on 1500 ESPN today and the way he talked Doumit was still in the mix for catching this season. I think the comment about him not wanting to catch anymore is nothing more than a...
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    Twins sign relief pitcher Velasquez

    The Twins have signed relief pitcher Jon Velasquez to a minor league contract, with an invitation to spring training.

    From Rotoworld: "Velasquez was once a farmhand with the Phillies, but he has...
  14. Thread: AFL notes

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    May has a sore arm (tendinitis)... He may not...

    May has a sore arm (tendinitis)... He may not pitch the remainder of the AFL...
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    Meyer leads Glendale

    Alex Meyer pitched 4.1 scoreless innings, allowing three hits and a walk, while striking out three, to lead Glendale to a 4-0 win over Peoria on Wednesday, in Arizona Fall League action. Meyer...
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    Rosario shines

    Eddie Rosario had a big night on Tuesday for the Glendale Desert Dogs. Rosario went 3/4 with a double and RBI in a 5-4 loss to Peoria. He's now hitting .429/.500/.929 in three Arizona Fall League...
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    I think the Yankees will probably get Tanaka, but...

    I think the Yankees will probably get Tanaka, but the Twins might have a better chance if the proposed changes to the posting process go into effect. Under the proposed new process, the Twins...
  18. Thread: AFL opener

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    AFL opener

    Just a reminder that the Arizona Fall League begins play today. The Twins' players are on the Glendale team, which faces Mesa at 1:35 today. Twins players include Byron Buxton, A.J. Achter, Zack...
  19. There is no chance in the universe that the Twins...

    There is no chance in the universe that the Twins sign Ellsbury. There may be a miniscule chance that TR surprises us and signs a decent pitcher or two, but he is not going to sign a centerfielder,...
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    Wow... So much hostility on this site... Bitter,...

    Wow... So much hostility on this site... Bitter, angry, hostile and frustrated people out there... I think some of you would find a way to complain if the Twins won the World Series.... I can just...
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    For all you armchair pitching experts...

    All winter long I read posts on this site thrashing TR for signing Kevin Correia. All the armchair pitching experts also whipped Ryan for not signing a long list of free agent pitchers, including...
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    At least Pelfrey has a legitimate excuse for...

    At least Pelfrey has a legitimate excuse for struggling... Unfortunately, guys like Robertson, Duensing, Slama and Guerra have had the tar beat out of them in their early appearances, but have no...
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    Twins sign Kyle Davies

    The Twins have reportedly signed pitcher Kyle Davies to a minor league contract. The signing apparently does not include an invitation to major league spring training. Davies started 13 games for the...
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    Twins sign Richardson and Bernier

    The Twins made a couple more minor league signings, adding outfielder Antoan Richardson and infielder Doug Bernier. These guys are nothing more than organizational depth, as far as I can see.
  25. I'm saying that from what I've seen, Correia is a...

    I'm saying that from what I've seen, Correia is a similar type of pitcher to Pavano. I'm not sure. Maybe it has something to do with the fact he's a .116 career hitter and he's frequently pulled for...
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