1. 5 Advantages to Playing at Target Field

    This will be the third season for the Minnesota Twins at their new home, Target Field. Many argue that it has more disadvantages than advantages for the hometown heroes, but that is simply because the Twins weren't used to the new digs...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 382 reads 2 comments

  2. Minnesota Wild: Does Their Fanbase Deserve Better?

    In Minnesota, hockey reigns supreme. Affectionately called the "State of Hockey," the state boasts a high school state hockey tournament that rivals attendance figures for major sporting events in other states...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 791 reads 18 comments

  3. Minnesota Twins: Tough April Stretch Will Make or Break This Team

    One could easily argue that the Minnesota Twins have the toughest first month schedule in all of Major League Baseball...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 338 reads 4 comments

  4. Minnesota Twins 2012 Bullpen, Who's in and Who's Out?

    The Minnesota Twins bullpen picture is starting to come together. With two players guaranteed spots in the pen this year and one who is as close to a guarantee as you can have, there are only four available places to fill...

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  5. Minnesota Twins Lose to St. Louis Cardinals Because of Quiet Bats

    The Minnesota Twins lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, FL this afternoon. The pitching staff for the Twins was solid, allowing three runs on nine hits and three walks...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 221 reads 2 comments

  6. Francisco Liriano Dominates but the Minnesota Twins Couldn't Capitalize

    Francisco Liriano needed only 34 pitches to strike out five Tampa Bay Rays over three innings at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, FL this afternoon...

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  7. Carl Pavano Goes Three Innings Deep Against the Baltimore Orioles

    Carl Pavano threw 56 pitches over three innings in a 6-0 loss to the Baltimore Orioles in Sarasota, FL. He faced a total of 16 batters, allowing five hits, walking one and striking out one...

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  8. Minnesota Twins Pitchers Report from 3-2 Win over Tampa Bay Rays

    The Minnesota Twins traveled to Port Charlotte, Fla. , to play against the Tampa Bay Rays this afternoon and won 3-2. Scott Baker took the mound to start for the Twins...

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  9. Fantasy Baseball 2012: How to Draft a Decent Pitching Staff

    Drafting a pitching staff in fantasy baseball is a tricky thing to do. Most people draft their first pitcher way too early, and it causes lineup issues for the rest of the season...

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  10. Minnesota Twins Drop Game 2 of the Mayors Cup at Hammond Stadium

    The Minnesota Twins lost 10-2 in the second game of a six-game series against the Boston Red Sox . Jason Marquis, who was signed as a free agent in the offseason, started the game game for the Twins and worked 1...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 177 reads 0 comments

  11. Fantasy Baseball 2012: Developing a Draft Strategy

    Going into a fantasy draft expecting to wing it is not a solid draft strategy. Neither is taking the top-ranked player on the board or the top-ranked player at a position of need every round...

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  12. Minnesota Twins Split Squad Game Against the Boston Red Sox

    From Fort Myers, FL. The Minnesota Twins lost to the Boston Red Sox at the brand new jetBlue Park 8-3 in Fort Myers, FL...

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  13. Fantasy Baseball 2012: 5 Keys to Drafting a Winning Team

    2012 fantasy baseball drafts are the foundation for having a winning season. The seasoned fantasy baseball owners have been preparing for months and if you haven't been there is no need to panic...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 2,966 reads 18 comments

  14. Minnesota Twins Spring Training 2012: Game 1 Is Done

    From Fort Myers, FL. One of the biggest questions facing the Minnesota Twins this offseason was at least partially answered. Four players who missed significant time with injuries last season all played today, and all looked very good in doing so...

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  15. Fantasy Baseball 2012: 5 Value Players to Target Later in the Draft

    Fantasy baseball is a tricky thing to master. There needs to be a balance on the roster: While the top players in baseball tend to be very well-rounded and supply good balance for ...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 777 reads 1 comments

  16. Minnesota Twins: 5 Questions Twins Fans Hope to Answer During Spring Training

    Last season was beyond a disappointment for the Minnesota Twins . They have become accustomed to competing for the American League Central crown and last season not only did they ...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 304 reads 5 comments

  17. Ryan Braun: Does It Matter to MLB If He Actually Used PEDs?

    The story of Ryan Braun continues to be front page news and it will continue to be for the rest of the 2012 MLB season and possibly his entire career. Did he or did he not use PEDs? That question still hasn't really been answered...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 2 years ago 422 reads 7 comments

  18. Minnesota Wild: Going for a Playoff Push or Looking Towards Next Season?

    The Minnesota Wild made two minor deals at the NHL trade deadline. They moved two defensemen , Nick Schultz and Greg Zanon . In return they got two new defensemen back, Tom Gilbert and Steven Kampfer ...

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  19. Predicting the 2012 American League Central Standings

    The American League Central might be the easiest division in all of baseball to predict. Boasting a clear front-runner who won the division last season, the real question is where ...

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  20. Minnesota Twins 2012: Who Is Going to Start Where?

    The Minnesota Twins roster is going to see some major changes this upcoming season with the fact that they now have a vacancy in right field and at designated hitter...

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  21. Minnesota Twins: An Ugly Offseason to Forget

    Coming into the free agent signing period, I am sure the Minnesota Twins didn't have a to-do checklist that read like this: 1. Lose the franchise all time saves leader. 2. Sign a 36 year old shortstop to shore up their middle infield...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about almost 3 years ago 1,559 reads 5 comments

  22. Minnesota Wild Find Themselves Against a Wall, Without a Reliable One in Net

    Coming into the 2010-11 NHL season there was a lot of uncertainty on the Minnesota Wild roster. The one spot that there was none, though, was at the goalkeeper position...

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  23. Minnesota Wild Go to Music City, Hope To Hear Something Sweet

    The Minnesota Wild have been on an impressive streak the past month, going 10-5-1 and beating some playoff-bound teams like the Phoenix Coyotes (twice), Colorado Avalanche, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about over 3 years ago 177 reads 1 comments

  24. Minnesota Wild Go Streaking, String Together a Few Nice Wins

    After a dismal game to finish out the year 2010, the Minnesota Wild almost look ready to start making waves in the ultra competitive Northwest Division of the Western Conference...

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  25. Minnesota Golden Gophers Face Must-Win, Only For Tim Brewster's Job Status

    A win on Saturday against Northern Illinois University will only do one thing for the Golden Gophers of Minnesota, and that is give coach Tim Brewster a little bit of breathing room in terms of keeping his job...

    Tim Meehan Written by Tim Meehan about almost 4 years ago 571 reads 2 comments