"I liked him. He snapped the ball out in left field, a rocket. Really quick feet over there, quick action. A live body, for sure. Took some good rips up there.” Twins Manager Ron Gardenhireon his one-game fill-in Eduardo Nunez. Nunez is normally an infielder, and was purchased from the New York Yankees because of his greater proficiency as a hitter over the incumbent Twins SS, Pedro Florimon. Time is likely ticking on the Florimon Era as the starter.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Twinkler Lost in Upcoming Post Brainstorm!

What shall we feed the masses next?  Target Field haiku?  An ode to Dave Boswell's swollen eye socket?  Twins book reviews?  What was it about Paul Thormodsgard's name that prevented him from finding stardom?
Or all of that in addition to the Target Field "get to know it" posts?

Shoot the Twinkler a line, I'll aim to feed the beast.
Twinkler Out!

Picture caption, right"  "Anything ya [CENSORED] wanna know about [DELETED] hitting  and the Twins, Rod, just ask Teddy [BLEEPIN'] Ballgame."
-  Ted Williams, the last .400 hitter of the 20th Century.

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