I counted them out many times during the 2009 season. Due to the lack of consistent pitching through most of their season. Due to the lack of their most potent power hitter throughout September. Due to the fact that they were seven games out on Sept. 6. Whenever I have doubted the Minnesota Twins, they turn around and put me in a box with a dramatic resurgence. After battling back to beat Detroit 6-5 on Tuesday night in extra innings, every baseball fan expected a weary group of Twins on Wednesday in their ALDS opener with the New York Yankees. With the exception of a couple of third inning runs, that is exactly what we sawùa deflated dugout of tired baseball players. With a day of rest today, I expect them to be much more chipper in Game Two with a little more charisma. Yankees fans migh ...
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