Tag Archives: Minnesota Twins

The Heat Is On

I don’t know where to begin. The Detroit
Tigers should have been able to clinch a Central Division
title this afternoon. Instead, the game quickly got away, and
got out of hand. The Minnesota Twins stalled the Tigers
celebrations by… Continue reading

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Looking To Gain Ground

Tonight is a big, big night in the baseball
town of Detroit, Michigan. The Detroit Tigers (83-72) are
planning to put more distance between them and the Minnesota
Twins (81-74) at Comerica Park. It is a four game series
that… Continue reading

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Pennant Fever Heats Up In Detroit

I love the month of September. This is the
month that the heat of summer days transitions to the
coolness of autumn nights, as we welcome the autumnal
equinox. Because of this, the sun hangs a little differently
in the… Continue reading

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Tigers Take Series From Twins

As you know the Detroit Tigers have been,
for lack a better word, streaky. This past week, they played
at Comerica Park (which is good), against the Baltimore
Orioles and the Minnesota Twins. The Orioles series was
particulary exciting for… Continue reading

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The Tigers Win In 16 Innings!

When this country began its quest for
sovereignty, many doubted that the small group of colonies
could be victorious in its fight against a formidable power
such as Great Britain. When the Continental Army captured a
British Army in… Continue reading

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The Tigers, Minnesota and Chicago

There isn’t another way to phrase it. THIS
is a make it, or break it weekend, for the Detroit Tigers. A
series against the Minnesota Twins looms larges in the not
too distant future, and along with it, the
possibility… Continue reading

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Bopping Around The Majors

Off of the Minnesotan’s bats, one ball
sailed into the right field corner, Ordonez couldn’t make it
in time to get to it. Another one passed over Granderson, in
center. Still, another dropped in front of Carlos Guillen,
and one… Continue reading

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