The little one's birthday was yesterday, and his birthday party is today. Therefore, this is the game log you're getting. Although, in compete fairness, with the ugly way the team has been playing, and the even uglier way that the team has been run (training staff, personel decisions, etc) it's pretty unlikely that I would've put much more effort into it, anyway.
Nolasco takes on Pineda. If that sounds line a recipe for a good game...then your standards are probably in need of some calibration.
If I do happen to get any time to watch sports today, it'll be the US Open.
Well, that was a fun week...
The 1-4 record (in which our opponents outscored us by 17 runs) was bad enough, but between Pohlad's comments ('don't blame us! blame this ragtag crew we've assembled!') and the rampant shuffling of deck chairs, it would be easy to lose faith.
That's not what we're going to do, though. The team is on pace for 117 losses, but I don't think this is one of the worst teams in modern baseball history, so pretty soon, we'll see #itshappening everywhere, and we will have to remind ourselves that no... it's not happening yet. Soon, though. Probably. I'm sure there will be a winning streak around the bend somewhere.
It probably won't start today, though.
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Correia fell to earth today. Let us take a moment to commemorate this moment. Gleeman be praised - he tried to warn us.
This feels like the last game we'll see this year where the Twins could've hit .500. Hey, about 10% of the comments in the game thread were about that idea - sounds about right.
Also, I've got to take a moment and mention Aaron Hicks' first MLB home run. I just happened to come into the room at the perfect moment, so it was one of the very few things I saw from the game.
Oh well, they'll get 'em next time (but, as mentioned, probably not the time after that).
We finish our set with the Brewers today after a couple of rough games (I think; I typed this in the middle of yesterday's game and just assumed we weren't coming back. I'm cynical like that).
Alright, let's get excited about...
Greinke versus Blackburn?! Okay, so let's get excited about something that's not baseball-related. Suggestions: Beer, the NBA Finals, Turbo Survivor at CdL, stamp collecting, classic episodes of "Mama's Family," Sid and Marty Krofft puppets, smokeless tobacco and Christmas.
I'll actually get to see one of my Sunday games since I'm closing today, but I'll keep my optimism in check on this one. Still, there's always the threat of Trevor Plouffe hanging over opposing pitchers.