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Michael Busch
Going gap to gap to cover Twins classics, from Bob Allison's shoestring grabs, to Miguel's prodigious swings & misses.
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Michael Busch 12m
Replying to @ParkerHageman
I think you’ve discovered a new moniker for the NY AL team!
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Michael Busch 17m
So wonderfully caring of Hector Santiago, making darn sure Logan received helpful batting practice in this 2017...
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Michael Busch 24m
Replying to @ParkerHageman
Love this move, !!
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Michael Busch 25m
Replying to @ParkerHageman
Who you callin an a$$, man?
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Michael Busch 36m
The Twins pull the trigger, get big bat!! Twins To Sign Logan...
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Michael Busch 22h
One of the most renowned Twins staffs, on paper at least, in team history. L-R: Dave Boswell, Jim Perry, Jim Kaat, Luis Tiant 1970
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Michael Busch Feb 23
Replying to @SethTweets
The rites Of spring (training).
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Michael Busch Feb 23
In one 1973 ST game, the Twins Lis and Phil’s Montanéz had to be separated during exhibition game. Recall them...
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Michael Busch Feb 23
In one 1973 ST game, the Twins Lis and Phil’s Montanéz had to be separated during exhibition game. I recall them going at it in the dirt near 1st base, as related by announcer Herb Carneal. No brawls, fisticuffs, or tiffs thus far through two ST games. Only mildly disappointed.
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Michael Busch Feb 23
Replying to @ClassicMNTwins
Ha ha your guess is as good as mine. An unpopular range, The hand-me-downs from the island of unwanted numbers.
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Michael Busch Feb 23
1981 Minnesota Twins Spring Training roster photo
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David K Feb 23
Replying to @ClassicMNTwins
I fondly recall Darwin’s second deck homer at the old Met. Plenty of debate in the stands on whether it initially landed higher up than Harmon’s.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @McGive_It_To_Me
If they gave out awards for smartest, most college degree-laden FO, thinking our group might win hands down. Certainly appear to think “outside -the-box.” Yes the PC AND the new pitching analytics guy from Tampa Bay give the staff a completely new outlook.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @McGive_It_To_Me
Nothing wrong with hoping, yes? One can apply a lot of vain hope in the potential of the new Twins front office, sure, but I can’t help but think they’ll roll the dice & get lucky eventually on some kid who emerges as a lights out option as a SP or closer.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @McGive_It_To_Me
All the Twins need to do is pile up even more failed starters that accidentally turn into beast relievers, like Andrew Miller, Wade Davis, etc. Follow the blueprint. Too bad the Stillwater kid’s career came to such an abrupt end, could use an arm like that again.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @DerekWetmore
Wish you would. In nondescript SP game minutia is gold, at least we get a view of Chris Heisey (shades of Matthew LeCroy!), etc., who may never again appear in a Twins uni, televised game. But if you don’t, I get it. It’s like dress rehearsal. Not the real thing.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Maybe we were hoping our home nine Twins would swing the bats a bit more forcefully for a win, as opposed to the...
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @McGive_It_To_Me
Thx for that, but it is solid, solid piece. Enjoyed relievers-as-Vegas currency-analogy. Mildly disagreed with José Ramirez as not dangerous enough to warrant a shut down lefty RP in reserve. But your outline of a modern game of baseball as it’s now played is totally spot-on.
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Replying to @McGive_It_To_Me
I have seen the future-read it, actually-and believe it contained in the essence of this post. Love it, man!
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Michael Busch Feb 22
Hisle and Bobby D, 1975 Spring Training
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