Monday a Perfect Microcosm of the 2009 Minnesota Twins

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Dan Wade in MLB
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Things can hardly seem to go right for the Minnesota Twins lately. For every win over Roy Halladay, there’s a near sweep at the hands of the punchless A’s. Often, when things finally seem to be headed in the right direction, the Twins either find themselves no better for their effort because the Tigers, too, have improved, or soon find their good fortunes have faded away. So it was on Monday. The Twins made Indians lefty Jeremy Sowers look like Greg Maddux reborn as he held the team to just six hits and no runs in his seven innings of work. Perhaps the Twins were just playing rope-a-dope with them, or perhaps someone gave an impassioned dugout speech to inspire everyone to new levels of greatness, something like: Joe Mauer: If we don’t win this game, I’m signing wit ...

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Monday a Perfect Microcosm of the 2009 Minnesota Twins

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Dan Wade in MLB
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Things can hardly seem to go right for the Minnesota Twins lately. For every win over Roy Halladay, there’s a near sweep at the hands of the punchless A’s. Often, when things finally seem to be headed in the right direction, the Twins either find themselves no better for their effort because the Tigers, too, have improved, or soon find their good fortunes have faded away. So it was on Monday. The Twins made Indians lefty Jeremy Sowers look like Greg Maddux reborn as he held the team to just six hits and no runs in his seven innings of work. Perhaps the Twins were just playing rope-a-dope with them, or perhaps someone gave an impassioned dugout speech to inspire everyone to new levels of greatness, something like: Joe Mauer: If we don’t win this game, I’m signing wit ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - MLB
Article written by Dan Wade

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