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Apr 4
nationalpostsports:

Protestors voice their opinion about Cleveland Indians mascot Chief Wahoo outside Progressive Field prior to the game between the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins on April 4, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

nationalpostsports:

Protestors voice their opinion about Cleveland Indians mascot Chief Wahoo outside Progressive Field prior to the game between the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins on April 4, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Apr 3

twinsbaseball:

New food options at Target Field this season!

Apr 3
twinsbaseball:

Chris Colabello, with the extension!

twinsbaseball:

Chris Colabello, with the extension!

Apr 3
No Smoking in the Metrodome turned 5 today!
It’s also the 3rd anniversary of when we all forgot to keep updating it? Sorry, guys. Win Twins!

No Smoking in the Metrodome turned 5 today!

It’s also the 3rd anniversary of when we all forgot to keep updating it? Sorry, guys. Win Twins!

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mlb:

Aaron Hicks is ridiculous.

mlb:

Aaron Hicks is ridiculous.

twinsbaseball:

Yep, got a little snow at Target Field, but we are making every effort to play this weekend’s games as scheduled.

Apr 5

Is Your Team's Owner a Major League Asshole? | Mother Jones

I’m fairly happy with our ownership, but some of the others are pretty shitty.

Minnesota Twins: Jim Pohlad, a Minneapolis banker, hasn’t had much time to prove himself after inheriting the franchise from his late father, Carl—who was infamous for volunteering to kill off the team in exchange for $150 million from Major League Baseball. That is, until Hennepin County ponied up $350 million for a new stadium. In 2012, the Pohlad clan doled out $644,000 to political causes and candidates, almost all of it to Democrats.

Apr 2
Apr 1
Want to say something “in your face?!” choose Impact and piss everyone off. Impact is loud, crude, and overused. It’s like those polite Lutherans in Minnesota won’t say it to your face, so they write it in the church newsletter in Impact. (via American League logos infused with putrid fonts - Bless You Boys)

Want to say something “in your face?!” choose Impact and piss everyone off. Impact is loud, crude, and overused. It’s like those polite Lutherans in Minnesota won’t say it to your face, so they write it in the church newsletter in Impact. (via American League logos infused with putrid fonts - Bless You Boys)

mightyflynn:

Photo by Andrea Levy

mightyflynn:

Photo by Andrea Levy