1. Minnesota Twins Starting Pitching Analysis

    The last playoff spot has yet to be decided with Chicago taking the makeup game from Detroit in an 8-2 blowout after an early pitcher’s dual. Now, with the Twins and the Sox carrying identical records, they have extra baseball to play...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about 6 years ago 229 reads 0 comments

  2. My World Series Premonition: Joe Nathan vs Kosuke Fukudome

    With the American League Central race being tighter than Nastia Liukin's leotards, and having to go past the last day of the regular season, I was hesitant to share this, being afraid of jinxing my beloved Twins...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about 6 years ago 424 reads 0 comments

  3. NL Cy Young Predictions

    With less than a month left in the season, some division races are heating up while others distance themselves from the pack. Baseball is a team sport, where everyone works together toward the ultimate prize, the World Series...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 433 reads 3 comments

  4. AL Cy Young Predictions

    With less than a month left in the season, some division races are heating up while others distance themselves from the pack. Baseball is a team sport, where everyone works together toward the ultimate prize, the World Series...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 327 reads 2 comments

  5. Cliff Lee: 25-Plus Wins?

    Cliff Lee had an up-and-down season in 07, but bounced back to have a stellar campaign. And until this season with all the publicity surrounding the Cy Young Award, he was a relative unknown...

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  6. Who'd a Thunk, The Twins Are Contending With A Young Rotation.

    This past off-season with the departure of Johan Santana and Torii Hunter, both having been the heart and soul of the Minnesota Twins ball club, my roommate, a big LA Dodger fan was ...

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  7. Rocky Road so Far for the Minnesota Twins Pitching : Bullpen

    The pride and joy of the Twins over the past several years was the Bullpen. This season saw the return of Jesse Crain, and the arrival of Brian Bass...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 299 reads 1 comments

  8. Rocky Road so Far for the Minnesota Twins Pitching : Rotation

    Early in the 2008 season, the Minnesota Twins have already seen a couple changes in their pitching deportment, along with some bumps and bruises. Francisco Liriano's return to the bigs was a highly anticipated one to most Twins fans...

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  9. American League Central: Clash of the Underdogs II

    Hey guys, I'm sorry I haven't keep up with my team for a few days, I've been on a hiatus lately because, frankly, school comes before passion.Well, I guess a few things have happened since I last posted an article...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 343 reads 1 comments

  10. Veteran Aces Square Off: Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins

    The Minnesota Twins handed the Kansas City Royals their first loss of the season last night in a tight contest that consisted of good pitching and plenty of small-ball...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 502 reads 1 comments

  11. Kansas City Royals-Minnesota Twins: Battle of the Underdogs

    Over the offseason, both of these clubs went through hefty renovations in the lineup as well as in the pitching department. Both had the same ideas in mind and implemented the same strategy as far as acquisitions...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 597 reads 1 comments

  12. Minnesota Twins Note: Quick In-Game Injury Report

    Today's start for the Twins continues a long line of injuries plaguing the Major Leagues. Whether it was lack of preparation during the off-season, or stretching their limits too early in the season, I don't know...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 495 reads 1 comments

  13. New York Pride: My Run-Ins with Yankee Fans

    Whenever I wear my OLD Johan Santana jersey, I get a lot of criticism from Floridians. Of course, Florida being the state with clusters of people from all over the country, there is never really one team that they cheer for...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 575 reads 5 comments

  14. Minnesota Twins Lack Power and Clutch Hitting

    Even though it is still early in the season, all I have to say is, here we go again. The Twins have never really been known as a team with power...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 412 reads 1 comments

  15. Minnesota Twins Notes: Boof Bonser's Start So Far

    Boof Bonser went into the offseason looking to lose weight to help with his stamina and endurance. He achieved his goal and lost 20 pounds, ironically the same amount of weight that Francisco Liriano put on...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 510 reads 1 comments

  16. Minnesota Twins Notes: Outfield Strength Galore

    My original gut feelings abut the Twins outfield so far has been proven wrong. When Torii Hunter decided not to accept the Twins' offer, I was saddened that the All-Star Gold-Glove center fielder chose money over loyalty...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 341 reads 0 comments

  17. Should the Minnesota Twins Re-Sign Joe Nathan?

    The biggest buzz this last off-season in the Twins bullpen was whether closer Joe Nathan would remain in the Twin Cities or not...

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  18. Who Will Open for the Twins?

    For many seasons, Brad Radke was the opening day starter for the Twins because of his composure, consistency and his competitive nature. With the emergence of Johan Santana as the staff ace, Radke conceded his opening day role to a very worthy teammate...

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  19. Twins Rotation in Shambles?

    It looks like the Twins will have a lot of gaps to fill in their young rotation. With the departure of Johan Santana and Carlos Silva, the pitching staff has no inside veteran starters to look up to and learn from...

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  20. Possibly the Next Santana

    The departure of Minnesota Twins ace Johan Santana was a heart breaker for myself, as well as most of my fellow Twins fans...

    Ravuth Thorng Written by Ravuth Thorng about over 6 years ago 469 reads 0 comments