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Suck-Ass Performer of the Game
Jason Kubel
Jason Kubel
(0-5, 2 K, 3 LOB)
Suck-Ass Performance Stats
Player Number
Jason Kubel 14
Michael Cuddyer 11
Nick Blackburn 10
Matt Guerrier 10
Denard Span 9
Alex Burnett 8
Orlando Hudson 8
Kevin Slowey 8
Jim Thome 8
Scott Baker 6
J.J. Hardy 6
Jon Rauch 6
Francisco Liriano 5
Justin Morneau 5
Delmon Young 5
Jesse Crain 4
Brendan Harris 3
Ron Mahay 3
Joe Mauer 3
Carl Pavano 3
Matt Tolbert 3
Danny Valencia 3
Drew Butera 2
Matt Capps 2
Alexi Casilla 2
Jose Mijares 2
Nick Punto 2
Jason Repko 2
Drew Butera 1
Brian Duensing 1
Randy Flores 1
Ron Gardenhire 1
Jeff Manship 1
Pat Neshek 1
Glen Perkins 1
Trevor Plouffe 1
Wilson Ramos 1
Anthony Slama 1

Date: 9/21/10

Opponent: Cleveland Indians

Home/Away: Away

Starting Pitcher: Pavano

Final Score: W 6-4

Record: 91-60

Recap: Central Division champs. It has a nice ring to it. It's also great that we won't have a third Game 163 in a row. It's much less stressful. Now all my stress comes from wondering if we'll roll over and die in the playoffs. It was a very exciting game tonight, with the Twins rallying for 4 runs in the 8th to take the lead. Then all the players hung around to watch the A's/White Sox game. The A's finished off the White Sox, with Craig Breslow saving the game for them. I still miss him. 

Thome had 2 hits and another home run in the game, while Valencia, Young, Butera and Span all had 2 hits. Baker did okay in his first start in a while, pitching 5 innings with 2 earned runs. Mijares had some struggles, but Rauch, Perkins and Capps each pitched at least a scoreless inning apiece. Perkins actually got the win. I'm too tired to write anything else right now; I almost just wrote that Perkins got the wind. But go Twins!

Best Moment: Winning the division!

Most Questionable Moment: Poor Dick Bremer, getting beered in the clubhouse after the game.

Worst Moment: I cannot think of anything right now.

Quotations of the Day:

  • "These guys aren't going to let me go home. I had a posse in here telling me we're staying." - Ron Gardenhire
  • "We still have a lot of baseball left. We clinched tonight -- hats go off, we've had a lot of fun -- but the real season starts in [two] weeks." - Orlando Hudson
  • "It says a lot about our organization. We're on a heck of a run here." - Ron Gardenhire
  • "Considering we've been to Game 163 the last couple years, I think this might work out a little bit better for us." - Ron Gardenhire

Suck-Ass Performance of the Game: Jose Mijares (0.2 innings pitched, 4 hits, 2 earned runs). Granted he wasn't helped much with Hudson's misplay.

Game #147: Michael Cuddyer (0 for 4, 1 strikeout, 2 left on base)

Game #148: Orlando Hudson and Delmon Young (both 0 for 4, 1 strikeout, 5 left on base)

Game #149: Francisco Liriano (5.0 innings pitched, 7 hits, 1 walk, 1 home run, 5 earned runs, 1 loss)

Game #150: No one.

 

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0 # Mrs. Hardy 2010-09-22 14:30
YAY TWINS!!!
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