Thursday, October 06, 2011

2012 Minnesota Twins Will Rally

The Minnesota Twins sent out an email to season ticket holders this past weekend.

The email summarized what every Twins fan agonized through this past season; the email summarized everything that we already knew. The Twins were terrible this year and could claim few positive events: Liriano's no-no, Revere's 'web gem' of a catch as highlighted by ESPN, Thome's 600 HR, Blyleven's HOF recognition and Nathan's 255th record save. Yes, all were incredible, but we would be lying to ourselves if we said it wasn't easier to focus on the 99 losses.

To be frank, the email upset me in a pissed-off kind of way. It was too soon. I'm still too mad and too disappointed. Some would say I'm overly competitive and some would say I need to learn to let go. I'm not saying those people are right because I consider my competitiveness and keen memory to be assets, but perhaps I should be focusing on next year.

Unfortunately, the injuries were too much and the losses too heartbreaking. I was disappointed beyond words, making this post tough to formulate. Our sights were high heading in and so blocked by the end, it seemed as though the whole organization was drowning.

Twins fans deserve better. We deserve the commitmentduring the offseason in order to prevent injuries. We deserve honesty from players about their conditions. We deserve more than disappointment. We deserve Division Champs.

The Twins will rally? They damn well better.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Twins Lose Both Games of Double Header

The Twins lost both games of the double header yesterday. They lost 2-5 in the first game and 3-6 in the second game. Both games were extremely disappointing. The first game was not as close as the score indicates. We were really down 0-5 before tacking on a couple of petty runs right in the 9th inning. The Twins are now 7 games back in the division. This series could be the difference between the Twins becoming sellers or buyers at the trade deadline. While this was a ton of bad news, lets end this on a positive note. Mauer is really starting to become the Mauer of old. He went a combined 6-8 yesterday. The dude is a stud and thank goodness he's back to his normal self.

Hurry and get tickets for the Twins for the last home games of the month. The Twins are going to need all the support they can get if they want to climb the AL Central standings. Go Twins!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

It's the Major League Baseball All Star Break!

What a glorious break it has been. We got to see the likes of former and current Twins compete in the All star Game last night and in the home run derby. Former Twin David Ortiz competed in the home run derby while current Twin Michael Cuddyer represented the Minnesota Twins at the All Star game this year. For more information on the Twins and the All Star break check out my twitter and my other blog about Twins baseball

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Minnesota Twins Climb Out of Big Hole

After being at least 20 games out of .500, the Twins have climbed back into the AL Central Race and do not possess the worst record in baseball! The Twins are surging and need your support. Not only are the Twins playing really, really good baseball, the but the atmosphere at Target Field cannot be matched. The weather is heating up and it gives you all the more reason to go to a game, sit outside, and enjoy the Target Field atmosphere. Joe Mauer is back in the lineup and is performing at a very high level. Buy Twins tickets today and support the Twins!

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Minnesota Twins Season in Full Swing

Joe MauerThe 2011 Minnesota Twins season is in full swing! To see the latest injury updates, game reviews, reports, and information, check out my other Minnesota Twins blog! The blog is! With 162 games, there is a lot to talk about with the Minnesota Twins. It will be another race in the AL Central for the Minnesota Twins.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Twins Baseball Love Blog Site

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Just thought I'd check in before the 2011 Minnesota Twins begin the MLB Season on Friday, April 1st. Check out my website - for all Minnesota Twins news. It's a great site for blogging about all Minnesota Twins news. I think every Minnesota Twins fan should go check it out and give it a click!

Monday, February 21, 2011

Minnesota Twins Spring Training

Fort Myers, FloridaThe Minnesota Twins Spring Training is underway in Fort Myers, Florida. You can imagine the weather is a little nicer down there than in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Pitchers and catchers have reported for duty over the weekend. Some players are already down there training including new Japenese player Tsuyoshi Nishioka, Denard Span, Alexi Casilla, and Ben Revere. Soon, all the position players will be down there and Spring Training will be officially underway. Check out Ticket King for Minnesota Twins Spring Training tickets!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Can't Wait for June 14-16 Series With Chicago White Sox

Chicago White Sox and Minnesota TwinsI can't wait for the June 14 through 16 series at Target Field this season against the arch rival Chicago White Sox. The Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday series will most likely be another classic series against the two teams. The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox have battled for the AL Division Crown nearly every season in the last decade. Target Field is a great ballpark and a great place to watch a rivalry game. Purchase your Minnesota Twins tickets today with Ticket King!

Friday, January 07, 2011

Check Out Our Spring Training Notes!

Minnesota Twins Spring TrainingFor any Minnesota Twins fans out there, check out Twins Baseball Love for my thoughts on the 2011 Minnesota Twins Spring Training. Before you know it, pitchers and catchers will be reporting. Spring Training always comes quick so be sure to check out our notes and analysis!

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