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Thread: Twins vs Yankees, 09-26-2012, 12:10pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by snepp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by glunn View Post
    I feel the same as you do on this.
    I don't even care if he turns out to be terrible, I just want the chance to see it.


    Hell, we've had three years of confirmation now that Drew Butera is an epically putrid hitter, why can't we get one month of Slamatime?

    Again, I agree 110%. Not bringing him up seems like a travesty from every possible angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinVike61 View Post
    OK...I apologize to Swarzak and his neck beard...he's pitching pretty well so far...damn that CC though
    And now the beard comes off the hot dog.

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    I suspect that Sabathia and Pettitte will still be able to beat the Twins when they are each 50 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glunn View Post
    I suspect that Sabathia and Pettitte will still be able to beat the Twins when they are each 50 years old.
    Are they left-handed? Check.


    I have to concur.
    "Maybe you could go grab a bat and ball… and learn something. Maybe you will get it."
    - Strib commenter educating the elitists on the value of RBI's

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    Samuel Deduno left Wednesday's start against the Twins in the second inning after experiencing left eye irritation.

    Deduno tried to convince Ron Gardenhire that he was OK to stay in the game, but he lost that battle. He tossed 1 2/3 scoreless innings before being replaced by Brian Duensing.
    Related: Brian Duensing

    Source: Rhett Bollinger on Twitter

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    Nice grab by Florimone!!

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    Congrats to Herrmann on his first big league hit!!! got to cheer for somehting,

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    I took the afternoon off work, ordered MLB.TV for the rest of the season ($10), and have enjoyed actually watching today's game despite the unfortunate eye problem with Deduno and the bad inning by Duensing.

    Is anyone else out there?

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    Was at the game. Highlight was when the Yankees 3B forgot how many outs there were and started trotting toward the dugout with the ball after a force play at 3rd. He looked around, saw that no one was following, and realized his mistake. They showed a close-up replay on his face - everybody in the stadium could read his lips. Hardest I've laughed at a Twins game all season. A lot of crying, but not many laughs.

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