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Twins (8-7): Good, Bad, and Ugly

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The question of whether or not the Minnesota Twins would ever get above .500 in 2014 was answered in the affirmative on a freezing cold Thursday at Target Field.  Hours earlier, parts of the Twin Cities metropolitan area were cleaning up from over 6 inches of snowfall from the night before, yet the Twins braintrust not only were preparing for the coldest first pitch temperature in the history of Major League Baseball in Minnesota--they were willing to play two!

It turned out to be a great move as the Twins were rewarded by an outstanding 8-inning shutout performance in Game 1 by Kyle Gibson and a comeback win in Game 2 courtesy of 8 walks by the Blue Jays in the 8th inning

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Jason’s Blog: A better Brooktree

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The Brooktree Golf Association held its annual meeting on Tuesday night at the clubhouse and those in attendance heard a lot of encouraging news about the future of the course

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Jason’s Podcast: Phil stops by

Welcome to Jason's Podcast...where I sit around and talk sports with whoever. Today my good friend and brother, Phil, stopped by to discuss such topics as The Masters, Carlie Wagner, Wild playoff hockey, and the start of the Twins season

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Sports Minute: Twins, NCAA

Welcome to another edition of the Sports Minute on Jason's Blog, where I babble for a minute (Or two or three) about the world of sports. In this installment, I recap the Twins' 3-3 road stand as well as the Final Four

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Jason’s Blog: Ms. Carlie?

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

This has been an interesting few weeks for New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva basketball star Carlie Wagner.

The rollercoaster ride started when the University of Minnesota recruit was named the Minnesota Player of the Year by the Associated Press on March 17

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Jason’s Blog: The Sports Minute

Welcome to the Sports Minute, a new feature on Jason's Blog where I periodically opine about local sports for, umm, a minute or so (Let's be honest, a minute is never enough for me!). In today's installment, I recap the Twins' 5-3 Opening Day loss in Chicago and speculate on what it might tell us about the 2014 season

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Jason’s Blog: Golf? Be patient…

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

I keep getting emails from the Owatonna Dept. of Parks and Recreation about the upcoming golf season at Brooktree.  My feeling when I get these emails has to be similar to a marathon runner who sees a billboard promoting the finish line at the 2-mile mark

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Twins will party like it’s 1999

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Ron Coomer was the lone All-Star representative for the Minnesota Twins in 1999.  Coomer finished the year with a .263 avg., 16 homers, and 65 RBI.  Marty Cordova led the team that year in batting among players who qualified for a batting title (

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This was the scene for MOST of the 4 overtimes. Kamali Chambers standing with the ball.
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Jason’s Blog: Blame Shakopee

 

 

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Let's make one thing perfectly clear about the craziness that happened at Target Center on Thursday night involving Hopkins and Shakopee--this time, you can't blame Ken Novak, Jr.

The h

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Jason’s Blog: I’m thinking State

 

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

It was pointed out to me by one of Owatonna's assistant coaches following the Huskies' 73-67 win over Rochester John Marshall on Saturday that had the coaches in Section 1AAAA decided to use the QRF computer rating system to determine seedings, the Huskies would've been No. 1 b

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