Twins fan since 1987 series and my parents took me to see Twins Red Sox in '91 such great memories!
Side note: I don't really hate the Cubs, just how the fans come out of the woodwork in May-June when they are on top of the division by 5 games. Then they are no where to be found once August-September rolls around and the Cardinals are dominating the division. So sad.
It's kind of dumb to be talking smack when your team is out of the playoff picture, don't you think?
Of course it is my personal opinion that it is dumb to talk smack when your team has melted down each of the last 101 years. That's why this Cubs fan is quietly rooting them on each year.
"There are five real good recruits in the state. We got three of them. One couldn’t get into school, and the other went to (the University of) Iowa...which is about the same thing." - Coach Johnny Orr
Tigers fan here. Grew up in Michigan listening to Tigers games with Ernie Harwell one of the great baseball radio announcers. I remember walking home from school listening to my radio as the Tigers came from 3-1 down against the Cardinals to win the World Series in 1968.
If not for injuries he may very well have been our unasterisked home run king. Pity...
True. The guy has the best home run swing of any player I have ever seen. Pretty much looked effortless from start to finish. His physical size as far as his muscle build hasn't drastically changed either. He has gotten bigger over the years but he hasn't gotten "Barry Bonds big" either. He seems like one guy that has done things legit.
To my fellow Cyclones... Be excellent to each other... and PARTY ON DUDES!
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