I sat at a local pub this Friday night taking in Game Two of the ALDS of the Minnesota Twins and New York Yankees. I thought it would be an interesting game, to be sure. If Minnesota would win this game, they would split the series with Games Three and Four at the Metrodome. With two wins at home, they could win the series without ever returning to New York. However, this did not happen. In a game that proved to be a game of broken opportunities for the Twins, it appeared that even late inning blown calls were fitting to a game not going their way. Starters Blackburn and Burnett pitched near perfection keeping their opponents hitless and guessing. In the fourth inning, Twins center fielder Carlos Gomez overran second base on a single with two outs and got caught before teammate Delmon You ...
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