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IFallsRon

Playoff batting order

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I'd like to see Morneau bat third. He's the Twins' best hitter and I think that would give him more RBI opportunities.

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Geez, I don't know if you mess with something that's been working so far.

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Yeah I dunno...

I mean look. I don't think it matters where he bats..

Our whole starting lineup is at or around .300 with the exception of Hunter and White, and Hunter has been on a tear.

That is why we are so good, throughout the lineup we have guys that know how to get on base. Also Cuddyer is strikout prone the way it is, he gets good pitches to hit with guys on base because Morneau is behind him, his productivity would drop if Justin was moved.

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