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We gotta get off the west coast

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Aside from Seattle, what is it about that place? 16-3? Shouldn't even have gotten those last 2 runs. We're like the Indians in Major League trying to beat the Yankees. Is that the ultimate in homefield advantage- taking a team outside of the Pacific time zone and making them play until midnight- 1 am? After last seasons run, I still have hope for the Twins, I just hope we can avoid Oakland or Anaheim in the playoffs.

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I don't think it matters,e,w,n,s. Quite frankly with a young pitching staff and no power, it don't matter.

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stick a fork in this season

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Giving up on the season already?? I still have a little hope for this team. I just hope next year they get a real 3rd baseman, a DH with at least 1 home run, get rid of Tyner and a couple other scabs they have on the team then maybe they will be able to compete with these teams.

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It looks like I should be eating some crow for backing Punto at the begining of the season. Still a really good glove but cant hit for crap.

I cant believe how well these pitchers have been doing and we are still getting stomped. Man do we need some hitting. Pitching is there, but hitting is nowhere to be found. Hitting also helps the confidence of the pitchers and they could relax more and could be pitching even better.

I am not giving up on them and I never will. I will watch until the last day of the season, unless the fish are bitting, then I will listen.

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