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Jason’s Blog: Suzuki in, Fuld out

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Major League Baseball managed to rip the spotlight away from the National Football League for a few hours on Thursday leading up to the non-waiver trade deadline.  The highlights included ace pitchers Jon Lester and David Price being moved to teams that are in a playoff race

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Jason’s Blog: Twins need more

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

This week is supposed to be a big celebration for the Minnesota Twins. They get to show off their beautiful ballpark to the country in the mid-summer classic, including the Homerun Derby on Monday night

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Jason’s Blog: I miss Morneau

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The Minnesota Twins traded Justin Morneau to the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder Alex Presley and a player to be named later on Aug. 31, 2013.  Morneau spent 10 seasons with the Twins, becoming their full-time first baseman in 2004 when, in a heart-breaking move for me personally, the Twins traded Doug Meintkiewicz to the Red Sox as the two teams were playing a weekend series at the Metrodome in July

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Jason’s Blog: Nolasco’s woes

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The Twins dropped the rubber game of a three-game set at first place Detroit on Sunday due mostly to poor defense in right field by Oswaldo Arcia.  Arcia misplayed a ball in right early in the game which led to the Tigers' first run and then lost a fly ball in the sun in the ninth, allowing the Tigers to win, 4-3, on a walkoff sacrifice fly

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Jason’s Blog: Twins reload

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The Minnesota Twins sent a message to their fans last weekend that they intend to compete for a playoff spot in 2014 while losing 2 of 3 at home to the worst team in the American League

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Jason’s Blog: BP to go East

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

The long awaited "District scheduling" groupings were announced Monday by the Minnesota State High School League and the change will be most notable for two area teams: Blooming Prairie and Medford

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Jason’s Blog: Mauer Mayhem

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Minnesota has a sports crisis it doesn't want to address.  The reluctance to address the crisis, like the subject of the crisis himself, is too Minnesotan to face the issue square-on

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Jason’s Blog: Get well soon, Tiger!

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Tiger Woods is second all-time in career major championships (14) and trails Jack Nicklaus' famed record in this category by 4.  What once seemed inevitable now could be fading

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Jason’s Blog: Twins winning anew

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

Ah, the yin and yang of the 2014 Minnesota Twins.

In April, we were all wondering why on Earth general manager Terry Ryan would spend a king's ransom on four veteran starting pitchers who could never seem to get out of the fifth inning

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Jason’s Blog: Code Red for Twins

Posted By: Jason Iacovino

After a promising 15-15 start to the season, the Minnesota Twins had a very bad week.  It's not simply that they lost 3 of 4 at division foe Cleveland, it's that their roster has turned into an embarrassment in the process

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