26 thoughts on “July 26, 2019: Adjustment”

  1. Well, left home around 2 yesterday and staying with my bro in St. Croix Falls. Should be pulling into Chitown around 3 or 4 today. Hope the boys save some Bombas for Sunday.

  2. Next on the hit HR parade: 2016 Twins

    • HR leaders: Dozier 42 (t3), Sano 25, Kepler 17, Plouffe 12, Park 12, Nunez 12, Mauer 11, Grossman 11, Buxton 10, Rosario 10, Vargas 10 -- yep, eleven with double digits
    • Grand Slams: Buxton 1, Kepler 1 (Kep had 20 GS opportunities)
    • inside the park HR: Buxton 1, Nunez 1
    • PH HR: Rosario 2, Vargas 1, Suzuki 1
    • RH/LH pitchers: 146/54 -- RH: Dozier 31, Sano 19, Kepler 15; LH: Dozier 11, Sano 6, Grossman 6
    • home/road: 98/102 -- everyone was pretty close to even except for Grossman (8 of 11 home), Park (8 of 12 home), and Mauer (8 of 11 away)
    1. Park had 12. Wow. I did not expect that number to be so high. That was in just 62 games, too. I was really hoping he was going to work as a hitter in the bigs.

      1. I still think he was screwed over, first by complying with unwritten rules and, debateably more impactfully, by coming over to a clubhouse that was all "play through injury" oriented. That hand injury really made his numbers drop.

      1. They did - lost 2 of 3 against the 'Stros, including a 11-1 beat down the first game of their series in Houston.

  3. Submitting my picks from downtown Chicago. Castro and Rosario. Also, who knew it would take 90 minutes to drive the last 15 miles. #weirddetours, #narrowstreets.

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