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The More The Twins Change, The More They Stay The Same

Everything was different this year for the Twins, except the last four letters of their name in the postseason. That was exactly the same.

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“Holy Crabby Patty!” Harmon Killebrew And SpongeBob SquarePants Share A Place In History In Minnesota

The red chair commemorates the 522-foot homer that Harmon Killebrew hit off the Angels’ Lew Burdette on June 3, 1967. Though it now overlooks the “Log Chute” ride at Mall of America’s amusement park, the chair is said to be mounted at the spot where Killebrew’s homer landed in the second deck of the Minnesota Twins’ old Metropolitan Stadium. Edited Photo by Randon Lane

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Yo, Maniacal Twins Fans, Relax, We’re Gonna

On the cusp of Minnesota’s American League wild card game tonight, I am experiencing something I’m completely unfamiliar with – calm. Don’t get me wrong, the Yankees are a worrisome club, particularly for the Twins, who have been bounced from the playoffs four times by the Bombers in as many tries. Nonetheless, I’m confident that a team with suspect pitching

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