1. Expert Roundtable: The 100 Meter Dash

    There is really no need for an introduction to this article, as I jump right into the discussion. Simply put, this is an article where three so-called experts here at Bleacher Report discuss the Olympic 100m dash event...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 1,175 reads 11 comments

  2. Twins-Angels: Matt Guerrier Turns On His A-Game for Minnesota

    I must admit; I was less than thrilled when Gardenhire elected to run out Matt Guerrier for the ninth inning on Thursday night. The score was tied, and if one run was surrendered, the Twins would have started this road trip on the wrong foot...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 571 reads 0 comments

  3. Minnesota Twins: An Idiot's Guide to Fixing the Bullpen

    I like Gardy, I really do. It is impossible for him to please me, or any other blogger, all the time, so I appreciate his work. However, sometimes he and the rest of the management fail to do things that I think are the easiest decision in the world...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 326 reads 2 comments

  4. Is Francisco Liriano Really Back for Good?

    Francisco Liriano certainly quieted most doubters last night, but is he really back to his 2006 form? When looking at the box score, Liriano's start yesterday perplexes even the most avid supporter of this young pitcher...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 512 reads 1 comments

  5. Minnesota Twins: Weekly Roundtable 8/13

    Delmon Young has shown great improvement from his first half. Will this year be labeled as a disappointment for him? Dan Wade: The season isn’t over yet, so I’m not sure we can judge Delmon yet...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 277 reads 2 comments

  6. A Night in Halsey Hall

    Halsey Hall was a sports journalist in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area from the 1920s to the 1970s. He covered the Twins for both the Star Tribune and the Pioneer Press during that time, ...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 597 reads 3 comments

  7. Ubaldo Jimenez: Underrated Superstar or Just an Average Joe?

    Despite having one of the best first names in the world, Ubaldo Jimenez has flown under the radar this year. After a great postseason showing in 2007, is Jimenez really a 24-year-old superstar ...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 767 reads 7 comments

  8. Minnesota Twins' Pitchers and the Team's Defense

    This recent series with the Yankees was disastrous in many ways. The bats, at least Minnesota's bats, never lit up the way they have in the past. The pitching wasn't the best it has ever been, either...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 1,299 reads 7 comments

  9. Major League Baseball: A Ranking of American League Logos

    What can I say? It's a rather slow baseball day today. Here are my rankings of every current logo in the American League, separated by division.I also have the overall rank listed by each as well...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 2,275 reads 3 comments

  10. Twins Talk: Week 22 Roundtable

    Francisco Liriano is making some noise down in Rochester. How would you handle his situation? Nick Nelson, of Nick and Nick's Twins Blog: It seems to me like Liriano should be up as soon as possible...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 339 reads 0 comments

  11. Carlos Gomez Needs to Go-Go Away From the Minnesota Twins

    Sorry for the gimmicky title, but it's all I could come up with, and I think it perfectly describes what is running through my mind right now. Carlos Gomez needs to go-go away. Quickly. Go-Go Gomez is 22-years old and is blazing fast...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 996 reads 15 comments

  12. Minnesota Twins: Is Boof Bonser a Starter or a Set-Up Man?

    Ever since Boof Bonser was demoted to the bullpen back in early June, the question of his future has been tricky to answer...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 427 reads 2 comments

  13. College Football's Top 10 Mascots

    Here is my list of the top 10 mascots in college football. I have ranked them from 10 down to one, and you can view a picture of each by clicking on the team name. 10...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 41,195 reads 111 comments

  14. Minnesota Twins: A Look Back: Ron Coomer

    If Minnesota had the option to bring back one player from the past, Ron Coomer would be near the top of that list. Although Coomer is the epitome of an average infielder, he hit .308/.352/.509 against southpaws over the course of his nine-year career...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 2,309 reads 2 comments

  15. Why is Francisco Liriano in the Minors When the Minnesota Twins Need Him?

    There is a situation brewing in Minnesota.Francisco Liriano has filed a grievance against the Twins, because he believes that they are keeping him in the minors specifically to delay his right to arbitration...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 58 reads 6 comments

  16. Boston Red Sox: Why Manny Being Manny Doesn't Bother Me...Usually

    This article is half original, half in response to a recent Sean Crowe entry. Be sure to check it out, it's great stuff! I have always wondered what other people thought about Manny Ramirez...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 714 reads 5 comments

  17. Minnesota Twins: The Adrian Beltre Trade, Part Two

    I've decided to make this a three-part series, mainly because I felt the urge to tweak the three-team trade between the Seattle Mariners, Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Twins. It is still not perfect, so I am free to suggestions and criticism...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 897 reads 9 comments

  18. Minnesota Twins: The Adrian Beltre Trade, Part One

    I want to start by offering my apologies for the lack of an All-Star-Game post today. If you want a good recap of how Minnesota performed in the game, be sure to head over to Seth Speaks or Josh's Thoughts...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 1,152 reads 37 comments

  19. Twins Talk: Week 20 Roundtable

    As you have probably already noticed, I opted to change the name of these roundtables because 'Whatnot' was getting rather old. On top of that, I was receiving a few questions as to what it meant...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 546 reads 1 comments

  20. Minnesota Twins: Fixing Third Base

    First off, a hearty congratulations to Justin Morneau for winning the Home Run Derby. I normally do not watch things like this, but I was forced to check up on it every once in a while...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 808 reads 10 comments

  21. Minnesota Twins: Fixing the Rotation

    As the All-Star Break is upon us baseball fans need something to occupy themselves with until Tuesday. Most fans will analyze their team until they are blue in the face, and that is exactly my intention...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 468 reads 6 comments

  22. Minnesota Twins: Is Livan Hernandez Who We Thought He Was?

    Livan Hernandez was signed by the Twins to take over where Johan Santana left off. While nobody expected him to put up the same numbers as the former Cy Young winner, he came into the 2008 season as the 'ace' of this young rotation...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 285 reads 8 comments

  23. Minnesota Twins: Fixing the Bullpen

    My opinion on what Minnesota should do before this trade deadline is scattered everywhere in various posts. The purpose of this blog entry is to detail exactly what I, posing as GM Bill Smith, ...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 315 reads 3 comments

  24. Minnesota Twins Whatnot: July 9

    For this edition of Twin's Whatnot we bring in the starpower. We have some guests from the most popular Minnesota Twins blogs in the world who are making their inaugural appearance in this feature...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 478 reads 1 comments

  25. A Look Back: Kent Hrbek

    Hrbek played a great role during his entire career as a Minnesota Twin. A hometown boy, much like Joe Mauer, Hrbek was destined to be a Twin from the day he entered the world...

    Andrew Kneeland Written by Andrew Kneeland about 6 years ago 1,632 reads 5 comments