It's Stewart, take two! Last time didn't go SO bad, so let's try it again.
Is this thing on?
Well, back to the business of winning baseball games, i guess. It's not like Ernie de la Trinidad is going to gey promoted now and make things watchable.
A while back, i said that if Sano, Buxton, and Dozier didnt heat up, we were done for. Well, Dozier's on a differemt team, and it's looking increasingly likely that we won't be seeing Buxton until next April, so what now?
Well, first off, Belisle* needs to be gone. This plan doesn't even need a step two. Call up Chris Gimenez. See if he's willing to leave the Cubs in order to get the opportunity he's always wanted: pitching relief for a mediocre ball club.
Or, you know, get a look at what you're working with next year......unless what you're working with next year is Belisle*...
* Feel free to subsritute "Bobby Wilson" here. The best part is, the plan and target player wouldn't need to change at all!
Don't have much today. This series has been compelling, but now that the team is clearly in "sell" mode, it's harder to put much into it.
Maybe it's better that way.
Either way, go Twins!
Gibson looks to take advantage of the Fountain of Pitching Goodly that is the Baltimore lineup.
Hopefully, he successes!
I'm at the cabin, therefor the game log will be entirely unbaked.
Wrigley Field is a fun place to go.
It wod be even better if the Twins pitchers did not give up four home runs this game.
That's on you, I guess, Mejia. I heard a Twins fan bemoaning to his friend about how it was all downhill after Berrios' bad start, because Mejia is not a good pitcher. I hope he's proven wrong today.
We're nearly to the halfway point in the season, and we still don't know what sort of team we have.
Or... Is the game log image appropriate?
(it's a cop out, showing the alternate artwork for it, but eh, I've never been overly fond of either cover. More a fan of the music itself)
Short log today, as it's Newbish's birthday party (his actual birthday is tomorrow but scheduling is easier today).
After a surprising win last night (more surprising in that Gibson actually got a deserved win), Fernando Romero tries to right his ship.
How's about a four hour rain delay?
How's about we see good Gibson tonight?
Remember last week, when I said that the Twins needed to get things going, or be left behind? They're getting left behind.
At this point, they need to catch up to the Tigers.