Category Archives: Delmon Young

Minnesota Inks Twins-Killer Jim Thome, but is he the Best Fit?

Jim Thome is a member of the Minnesota Twins. Five years ago, those words would have me jumping up and down, screaming like a madman, and laying claim to the Twins’ inevitable American League pennant. The problem is that five … Continue reading

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Minnesota Twins Gave Plenty to be Thankful for in 2009

Thanksgiving is upon us once again. We all know that Thanksgiving is supposed to be about families and turkeys and a rapidly-depleting supply of shopping days until Christmas. In the minds of baseball fans, Thanksgiving is just a pit stop … Continue reading

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Delmon Young: Hit the Ball or Hit the Road

Delmon Young is at a crossroads. It may seem strange to read that line about Young, as usually you read about aging veterans reaching a crossroads, not 24-year olds who seemingly have their entire career in front of them. Young … Continue reading

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Delmon Young: An Argument For Patience

Buy low and sell high. This may be the oldest cliché when it comes to investments, but it is also one of the most accurate. The Minnesota Twins missed that memo when they bought high by trading for Delmon Young … Continue reading

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