26 thoughts on “September 22, 2019: Berríoh-no”

  1. I think Perkins mentioned that if Berrios fails, you'll lose the series so you have to start him game 1. I agree with him.

    1. Just bought tickets. Front row section 131. 4 of us. Bring the kids back to college afterwards. Picking Garv sauce and Sano to hit bombas way over our heads.

        1. Yes, we are just to the left of bullpens on the rail. Kubel Hunter Santana jerseys and my black work pullover.

  2. I know it's late notice but I have 2 tickets to today's game that I won't be able to use if anyone wants them. Shoot me an email at Gmail if you want them.

  3. Yesterday the Yanks and Twins each hit one homer, and for each player it was their second of the year. Lamont Wade Jr. and Giancarlo Stanton.

  4. I think our strategy will end up being Berrios, odorizzi and Perez or Gibby all starting on short 4 to 5 inning leashes. Every game is pretty much a bullpen game.

      1. That's pretty much what the playoffs have been the last 5 to 10 years. Shorter leashes for starters unless they're dominating, especially the aces, which includes Berrios. Anyone in the top 10 in ERA nearing 200 IP is an ace. Odorizzi has always been a 5-6 inning pitcher anyways. The Twins have 5 main guys they can use in tight games and with extra days off you can use them a whole lot more than during the regular season. With Perez's extreme splits, they might consider using him out of the pen and start one of the kids. I wouldn't be surprised if it's Dobnak.

  5. I've been meaning to mention that the Target Field video about the ground rules has a great moment. When they discuss fans using foul or abusive language being subject to ejection, they're showing a Shat music video.

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