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Milwaukee Brewers History: July 9-18, 1982

This weekend the Milwaukee Brewers honored the 1982 World Series team with special promotions and ceremonies.  I’ve done my fair share of reminiscing of that team over the weekend, and it got me thinking…what exactly were the Brewers up to on these dates in 1982? 48 more words

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Twins Activate Hughes, Put Breslow On DL

BOSTON (AP) — Right-hander Phil Hughes has been activated from the 10-day disabled list by the Minnesota Twins.

The 31-year-old Hughes had been on the DL since complaining of a “dead feeling” in his pitching shoulder on May 21. 81 more words

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Twins Still In It.

A week after the top heavy A.L. Central “faves,” the Cleveland Indians swept 4 tilts at Minnesota, the long shot Twins “returned the favor” winning all 3 games in Cleveland. 41 more words

Remembering Lary Sorensen’s Callup to the Majors

Today is a special day in Milwaukee Brewers history for two reasons. On this day in 1977, the Brewers drafted a young kid name Paul Molitor.  58 more words

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Remembering Lary Sorensen’s Callup to the Majors

Righty pitcher Lary Sorensen was born on October 5, 1955, in Detroit, Michigan.  He was named for pitcher Frank Lary, hence the spelling of his first name.  1,323 more words

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Twins Unleash 2-Run Homer Streak In 11-5 Win Over Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The power numbers have not always been there for the Minnesota Twins this season, but they hit three home runs Friday night. 724 more words

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4 Reasons Twins Should Be Trade Deadline Buyers

We’re only two months into the baseball season, and the Minnesota Twins are contending for the American League Central Division. You read that correctly.

The Twins are at a crossroads this year, thanks to a faster start than anyone predicted. 903 more words

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