Joe Ryan vs Brad Keller.
I've been severely derelict in my game log creation lately
No reason to step it up just yet.
Berrios on the mound, through a solid inning already.
It's Stewart, take two! Last time didn't go SO bad, so let's try it again.
Let's bake this precisely halfway.
Some Blue Jays dudes takes on Mejia. It's not exactly "must win" (the magic number is 14), but it would be advisable to win here.
Well, Big Sexy pitched a solid game yesterday. What do we have as a followup?
Kyle Gibson? Meh.
I don't know what the featured image is, but it was the result when I searched for images with "fail", and that seems appropriate for a Gibson.
On the road, so no in depth analysis. Twins look to continue the dominance.
Brian Dozier got another leadoff home run because that's just what he does.
Let's hope Berrios takes a page of of Buxton's White Sox playbook.
The end is near. Let us treasure baseball - even bad baseball - while there is still baseball to treasure. Winter will be here soon enough.
Shields vs. Santiago doesn't sound particularly promising, but nothing that doesn't involve Santana does anymore.
I'm out on the lake. Here is a perfunctory game log!
Go Berrios! Go twins!
Well, last night sure (went well/didn't go well). That brings our losing streak to (Graham's Number), so I guess that's at least notable.
Furthermore, it's unfortunate that (star player) got hurt when he (performed basic baseball action). I imagine the Twins training staff will call it a (minor, non-threatening injury) for a few weeks until forced to admit that is actually a (year ruining injury). Sign him up for Tommy John!
Tonight, (name of pitcher) takes the mound for the Twins, he has (colorful euphemism for "lost") his last (ω1) starts, generally through a combination of (near pathological lack of strikeouts/unhealthy obsession with giving up home runs) and (poor timing/what can only be described as "Tsutomu Yamaguchi" level bad luck). Maybe he can pull it off? More likely, his mound opponent (AAAA Scrub) will dominate our lineup. But hey, that's why they play the games on the field.