The Twins and Orioles seemed determined to do their best to do the season series even up. So far we’ve each won half the games (if I am remembering correctly) and we have two left. Twins, let’s make the effort to WIN the series shall we?
Baker makes another start tonight and lets hope that the elbow is continuing to improve after that cortizone shot. I would like to see if a bit of that Kid K I remember.
|Span, CF||Roberts, B, 2B|
|Casilla, A, 2B||Tejada, 3B|
|Mauer, C||Markakis, RF|
|Cuddyer, 1B||Scott, DH|
|Young, D, LF||Wigginton, 1B|
|Kubel, DH||Jones, A, CF|
|Valencia, 3B||Pie, LF|
|Hardy, SS||Tatum, C|
|Repko, RF||Izturis, C, SS|
|Baker, S, P||Matusz, P|
DELMON YOUNG IS ON FIRE!!!
Wins feel great, don’t they? So many people stepped up tonight too that it was a really fun game to watch. AND there was a lot of things that were just lucky bounces, so glad to see those finally going our way once in awhile.
No official word from “Lando other than they are going to wait and see if he’s better tomorrow before they decide about the DL. Other good news announded during the game was that Morneau worked out at TF today and felt a lot better. Keep improving, big guy, get better.
As for tonight’s game, Baker was FANTASTIC. It’s really good to see him actually put together a road game even under these weather conditions that was really sparkling. Yes, he has great numbers against Baltimore so I’m glad to see him keep it up. Span also really shined tonight – great hitting and spectacular fielding with that stolen HR. Pastries go to both guys AND Casilla and Danny Valencia stepping up and having good nights.
Above and beyond all that, the BOD goes to Delmon. 4/4 with a HR, a Sac Fly and 3 RBI was some GREAT hitting. He even had a great fielding move as his instincts and read of the ball from the OF improves.