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#1 May 15, 2011
Ok this team is toast and it's time to start dumping all the big salaries. that includes the Nancycake Mauer. Morneau is a waste. Keep Kubel and start fishing the rest out for prospects. What a total watse of a season and it's only May. yuk!@!!!!
#2 May 15, 2011
It is likely that the Twins will be sellers before the trade deadline this summer. The market will dictate who goes, along with players current salary/contract situations. Additionally, the team will be more or less motivated by what minor league players are deemed ready to come up to the Big's.
#3 May 15, 2011
This is getting out of hand. How much worse will Gandenhire's already abysmal record against the AL East have to get? Can this loser, and now!! Whoever decided to extend his contract should be made to apologize to the fans, and then he should be thrown out as well!!
What a disgrace this 2011 Twins team has become. I'm not sure that I, a military retiree, could say anything to motivate these losers and quitters.
I would urge all members of the 1991 WORLD SERIES CHAMPION team to stay away from, in protest of this disasterous 2011 season, any 20th anniversary celebrations at Target Field. Maybe that will get the point across. Maybe!!
#4 May 15, 2011
Bautista Refuses to Leave Minneapolis
Jose Bautista had to be dragged kicking and screaming from Target Field Sunday after hitting three mammoth home runs.
"I don't want to leave, keep playing," he shouted. "Come back, Twins, come back!"
Other members of the Toronto Blue Jays expressed similar sentiments. Unfortunately, the Twins had to leave to play Seattle, where a lavish welcoming ceremony is planned.
"None of us wants to leave," said Adam Lind. "This is like a fountain of youth for our bats. I've never felt so energized, so...like a super hero."
Many of his fellow ball players agreed. Now they must drag themselves off to play somebody else, but it's just not the same. It can never be quite like playing the 2011 Minnesota Twins, suddenly the most popular team in all of baseball, for their opponents.
#5 May 15, 2011
At this point, it's hard to know what to say about the Twins. They are completely unraveled. Here is where coaches and managers are truly put to the test. Nothing seems to work, and player performance has become something that is very unpredictable. Maybe Nishioka and Mauer, when they return, can provide a lift. We'll surely be losing the fair weather fans this season.
#6 May 15, 2011
How much effort are they putting into these games when every game they give up 9,10,11 runs? I think the Twins have mailed it in already and its May.
How about this Gardy stop pitching to Bautista too.
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