Start with the beginning. Let's face it: There are a lot of reasons the Minnesota Twins lost Game Two of the ALDS to the New York Yankees tonight. Some of those reasons are unfair; some are justified. But if we're going to take an honest look at what transpired, we've got to start at the beginning. á Reason No. 1: Joe Nathan couldn't hold the lead. As angry as Twins fans are (and rightfully so) about what happened two innings later, if they want the Yankees fans to own up and admit their team caught a break, they have to be willing to do the same. And the fact of the matter is, the Twins should have been celebrating in the clubhouse a half-hour earlier. Joe Nathan is a great closer; probably the best in the American League right now. But any blame for the Twins loss has to start with his ...
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