Ok, Seattle is getting some seriously lucky and beautiful baseball weather. I wish I could be at Target Field right now – or tomorrow. But I’m not even going to be able to see the game (choir concert) so I need you guys to cheer them for me.
Much like opposing batters, I never really know what to expect from a Deduno start.. let’s hope it’s moving all over every where – just always within Pinto’s grasp.
|Jones, J, RF||Dozier, 2B|
|Saunders, M, CF||Mauer, 1B|
|Cano, 2B||Plouffe, 3B|
|Hart, DH||Suzuki, K, DH|
|Seager, 3B||Pinto, C|
|Smoak, 1B||Colabello, RF|
|Ackley, LF||Nunez, LF|
|Zunino, C||Hicks, CF|
|Miller, B, SS||Escobar, E, SS|
|Elias, P||Deduno, P|
“I love winning man….I love winning it’s like…..better than losing.”
Nuke LaLoosh got that right, didn’t he?
It’s not like the Twins did a whole lot of stuff right in this game. Just 6 hits. Some iffy set-up relief pitching. But they WON and that puts them above .500 at the latest point in the season since 2010 (that’s the last time the Twins were actually, you know… good).
Sam Deduno did well. Threw a lot of pitches early, but that wasn’t 100% his fault and he made up for it with a very quick 5th inning.
But Brian Dozier won this thing with a 3-run HR in to the flower pots in right field in the 5th inning and for that, he gets his second straight BOD. In fact, I think I’ll use the same picture of Dozier that I used yesterday and I’ll keep using it as long as he keeps winning games with home runs (not that I’m superstitious or anything, but you don’t mess with a winning streak, right?) – JC