40 thoughts on “Game 95 Minnesota at Kansas City”

  1. Is there anything in the Bible about coveting your neighbor's catcher? Because I'd really like to see Sally Perez in a Twins uniform.

  2. It didn't help that Gibson got himself into some trouble, but it's also a lot harder when you have to get four outs in an inning.

  3. Gladden speculating that the Twins could perhaps make Monday's game an intentional bullpen game, as they have not yet named a starter. I can't see Molitor doing that.

    1. Their splits this year for that are bad: .250/.250/.250. Two singles, a ROE, and a GIDP have scored six runs in eight PA.

  4. Farm report:

    Rochester loses to Norfolk 7-2. Ervin Santana pitched six innings, giving up one run on two his and three walks, but struck out just one.
    Chattanooga leads Mobile 3-0 through five. The Lookouts seem to be using Paco Rodriguez as an "opener", as he has started twice in the last five days and has pitched just one inning each time. Brent Rooker hit his seventeenth home run.
    Fort Myers leads Lakeland 11-5 in the ninth. Alex Kirilloff is 2-for-5 with two doubles.
    Cedar Rapids defeated Great Lakes 1-0. Bailey Ober struck out twelve and walked just one in eight shutout innings.
    Elizabethton trails Greeneville 10-3 in the sixth. Carlos Suniaga gave up six runs (five earned) in just two-thirds of an inning.
    The GCL Twins defeated the Red Sox 4-3. Erick Rivera brought home the tying and lead runs with a double in the eighth.
    The DSL Twins defeated the Nationals 5-4. A Jeferson Morales single in the seventh brought home the lead run.

  5. My wife is convinced that the Twins tend to win a lot of games right before the All-Star break and lose a lot right after. The records don't really bear that out for the past few years, but maybe it's more of a premonition.

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