Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Two Games in a row proved to be too much for the Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers win game 2 of the double header

Twins roster 48 walking off the field in a dissapointing loss against the Detroit Tigers
Well Twins fans... the anxiety must have gotten to them. I'm crossing my fingers and hopping on one foot hoping that it wasn't me (the Twins BIGGEST FAN) who jinxed them.

It's not like my boys just gave it away.. they held their own against the Detroit Tigers, losing only 5-6 but still.. I really thought we had it in the bag! I think what this comes down to is being tired. The Twins simply did not hit, catch or field the ball as well in last night's game as they did in the earlier game... and I can't blame them, an end of the season double header is a lot to ask of a team that has been on the road for several days on end already.

With a game today and another on Thursday, the Minnesota Twins roster needs to re-group. My boys need to take a minute, catch their breath and then remember that we are still in the running and we can't afford to lose any more games. I'm hoping that Joe Mauer (my favorite Twin this week) pulls his team together and inspires them into winning on Thursday.

All I can say for sure is that I will be smack dab in the middle of my couch today and tomorrow cheering the MN Twins on from home! Its not too late to get Minnesota Twins Tickets for the last home series, but if you plan on going you better buy tickets today!

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

A Huge Win as the Minnesota Twins defeat the Detroit Tigers in game one of the Double Header!

After yesterday's rain-out, the Minnesota Twins took on the Detroit Tigers today in the first of a 2 game, 1 day double header. I have to admit I was really worried that the change in plans and general anxiety that surrounds a double header would get to my boys... (me) of little faith.

The Minnesota Twins had a huge game. The Twins took the Detroit Tigers 3-2 in a nail biter game that went into extra innings. With Twins fans on the edge of their seats (and couches) our boys pulled it together and showed us all they are not done fighting for the post season yet! If the Minnesota Twins win again tonight and tomorrow, demand for MN Twins Tickets is going to be through the roof for their return home on Friday!

Check back tomorrow for an update about tonight's game and GO TWINS!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Minnesota Twins take on the Kansas City Royals in a 3 game series this weekend

Joe Mauer sliding into baseToday the Minnesota Twins travel to Kansas City to take on the Royals in the first game of a 3 Day- 3 Game series. The Twins are coming off of a great road series winning streak and I'm one Twins Fan who is very hopeful that they can keep the winning up!
The last time that the Minnesota Twins took on the Kansas City Royals was this August at home when they lost the series. Twins fans are hopeful that there will not be a reappearance of the late summer slump. Today's game is at 7:10, tomorrow the Twins-Royals play at 6:10 and on Sunday the two teams face off at 1:10.

Directly after the series with Kansas City Royals, my Twinkies are heading to Detroit for one last road series before returning to Minneapolis for the last series at the Metrodome. Lets all hope for 3 sweeps!

Go Twins!!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Minnesota Twins sweep the Chicago White Sox in the Windy City

Who would have thought that at the end of the Twins Season they would have a resurgence and prove again that they really do want to see some postseason action? After a late August and Early September mini-slump I was one Twin's fan who was ready to say goodbye to not only the HHH Metrodome but also any shot at going past the regular season.

However if the beginning of this week and the end of last week are any indication of what we can expect from the last month of Minnesota Twins Baseball, I will eat my words. The Twins pulled off two wins against the Detroit Tigers last week and then swept the White Sox in Chicago this week! With an impressive 7-0 win on Monday and then two 8-6 games Tuesday and Wednesday the Twins proved they are not going down without a fight!

There are only 3 Minnesota Twins Games left at the HHH Metrodome, which means that Minnesota Twins Tickets are becoming one of the hottest commodities in the Twin Cities, don't miss your chance to see the Twins in action (and hopefully winning) one last time at the Dome!

Friday, September 18, 2009

Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers

The Minnesota Twins take on the Detroit Tigers in a 3 game home series starting tonight at 7:10. My boys left me wanting more the last time we played Detroit losing the series after an amazing 11-0 shut out in the second game. This time around we are at home and I'm hoping that the HHH Metrodome will ooze out every little bit of Metrodome Magic possible. With only a few games left before the Twins take up residence at the New Target Field, one would think that the Dome owes the Twins a little something extra.

Saturday's game is at 3:10 and Sunday's is at 1:10, the countdown is getting closer and closer to the end... Hope you are ready to say Adios to the Metrodome, 1 more home series left after this!

Monday, September 07, 2009

Minnesota Twins take on the Toronto Blue Jays

Toronto Blue Jays Pitcher on the mound
The Minnesota Twins start their second road series today against the Toronto Blue Jays. With a 12:07 game, I'm hopeful that my boys will realize it is the middle of the day and won't think it is bedtime, because they can't sleep through this series like they have seemed to do for several other road series this season. With the Minnesota Twins regular-season coming to a screaming close it is time to get really serious about baseball if we plan on seeing the play-offs.

After 4 games with our Northern Neighbors, the Minnesota Twins will return home where the countdown to the last Twins game in the Metrodome is well under way. Starting Friday there are 12 home games left in the HHH Metrodome. So if the potential of play-offs wasn't enough to get you off the couch and in the seats, remember that this is your last shot at Minnesota Twins baseball in the Dome. Twins Tickets continue to get harder to find, so don't wait to long unless you want to say goodbye to the dome through a TV screen!

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Chicago White Sox win against Minnesota Twins and the playoffs get a little farther away

Twins Catcher Joe Mauer up to bat
The Chicago White Sox ended the three game series at the Metrodome last night by beating our Twins 4-2 yesterday. Twins fans were hopeful that the series would be a sweep and the gap for the play-offs would be closed a little tighter. After the disappointing loss the Minnesota Twins are now 4 and a half games behind the division leader and have will have to make up lots of room if they plan on seeing the play-offs.

My boys have the day off and I hope they are spending it practicing and pulling it together because they take off tomorrow for a 3 game road series against the Cleveland Indians and then immediately following that they head to Toronto for a 4 game series against the Blue Jays.

I'm hoping that with a great two road series the Twins will be back on top as they return to the Metrodome late next week and start the final countdown to Goodbye HHH. Minnesota Twins Tickets will be very hard to get a hold of once the team returns from Toronto, so if you plan on catching any of the last 12 games at the Metrodome Buy Minnesota Twins Tickets today!