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The Timberwolves Matchups Against The Thunder Concern Me

Dear Timberwolves fans, I know a couple of things about the Timberwolves that you may know as well. First, the Timberwolves whooped the Cavs on Monday: Your #WolvesWin final stats presented by @fitbit : pic.twitter.com/vbC4OMTyI5 — Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) January 9, 2018 I know the Timberwolves have 26 wins—the same as the Cavs, or at least at the moment: The #Twolves Have The Same Wins As The Cavaliers: https://t.co/fGNhX35m0O #AllEyesNorth pic.twitter.com/jjutzZgNV8 — Howlin' T-Wolf (@howlintwolf) January 9, 2018 I also know this: The Timberwolves are playing against the Thunder on Wednesday.

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#TribeTopThree: 9/19 Wahoo’s In The Outfield Outscore The Angels

Cleveland – 6 Anaheim – 3 Short and Sweet: The last time Mike Clevinger faced the Angels, he lasted just 4.1 innings, for his worst outing of his 2017. Over those four innings he gave up six runs, five earned, two home runs and struck out five. The Angels complained to the umpires that Clevinger’s glove was too light colored and could pose as a distraction to the bats

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Time Running Out for Potential Cody Allen Extension

The Indians have 11 players hitting arbitration this year, but while the Indians are generally looking to extend players once they hit their arbitration eligible years, there are limited candidates this time. Only Bryan Shaw and Lonnie Chisenhall are in their final years, and both would be extremely risky long term signings. Of those who will reach free agency prior to the 2020 season, there is only one player who has been consistent enough for a significant enough time to be worth looking at a long term extension

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Phuture Phillies 2016 Reader Top 30 #1

Welcome to the 2016 Reader Top 30! Well, here we go.  This should take us right up to pitchers and catchers in February.  They are scheduled to report on the 17th

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Open Discussion: Week of December 28th

Here’s the last open discussion thread for 2015.  Slow week, no transactions.

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Prospect Discussion: Week of September 28th

Here’s an open discussion thread about minor league prospects.  Phillies’ talk and other non-prospect discussion should remain in the Open Discussion.

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Post Season Report Card–OF, CW, REA and LV

Lots of talent to talk about here…Remember grades are based on expectations against the player themselves (pre-season) not against each other.  Next up: Relievers (LV, REA and CW), likely Tuesday. Clearwater Aaron Brown, 23, Phils 3rd round pick in 2014; .257/.324/.406 in 389AB; 11HR 47RBI; 10/18SB; 6%BB/21%K; .285 vs LHP; .242 vs RHP; .300 last … Continue reading Post Season Report Card–OF, CW, REA and LV →

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Playoffs Box Score Recap – 9/16/2015

Reading (80-61) dropped the second game of their best-of-five series against the Bowie Baysox 10-3.  Ethan Martin and Joely Rodriguez were ineffective giving up eight runs in the first four innings.  When they weren’t walking batters (eight in 3.2 innings), they were getting hit hard (eight hits, 3 doubles and 2 triples)

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Box Score Recap – 9/2/2015

All four affiliates in action lost last night.  Looks like Jello was the order of the day as several pitchers turned in shaky outings. Lehigh Valley (62-77) lost to the Pawtucket Red Sox 6-5.

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Lakewood Game Report: July 28

Intimidators 3, Blue Claws 1 PITCHING: RANFI CASIMIRO  started and pitched into the 7th inning.  His fastball was mostly 91-92 on the stadium gun and he topped out at 93.  His off-speed stuff was usually 81-84, but on a couple of occasions, he threw almost an eephus pitch that was 76 (he got bad swings … Continue reading Lakewood Game Report: July 28 →

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