MLB.com Brings the Leverage! *yawn*

In a move that evidences how devoted to they Yankees, Major League Baseball is MLB.com’s lead story today is on Brett Gardner and the fact that he spent the offseason perfecting his bunting in hopes of being the opening-day starter in New York. The Yankees are the last team who need the attention, and Brett Gardner, at 26 is not in anyway an exciting prospect. The only thing interesting about him is that he might be one of the rare players developed by New York to become a regular starter.

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Win and You’re (tw)In

This blog is called Monozygotic. On that note, I feel like I must talk the Minnesota Twins. On Tuesday they face the Detroit Tigers in a tiebreaker game for the AL Central spot in the playoffs. Over the last 20 games the Twins have won 16 including 4 wins against the Tigers leaving both teams with records of 86-76.

I personally am rooting for the Twins to pull off this come-from-behind run. Sure the fact that they caught the Tigers and forced this playoff is remarkable in itself. But it will be quickly forgotten if they don’t win Tuesday’s game. Their late season run is not the only reason why I’m hoping they win. The fact that they’re called the “Twins” has absolutely nothing to do with I want them to win.

The reason I want them to win comes down to one player. One Twin who didn’t even throw a pitch this season. (more…)