A phenomenal slide by Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau during the top of the 8th inning gave the Twinkies a 3-2 lead over the host Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Tuesday night.
(Photo by JERRY HOLT • Star Tribune)
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera’s most recent stop on his farewell tour was Target Field for a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins.
During the first inning of the Minnesota Twins’ 10-4 loss to the New York Yankees at Target Field on Monday night, umpire Corey Blaser ruled that the ball beat Justin Morneau to first first bas
Over the past few months, Justin Morneau has been suffering through an epic power drought like nothing he has experienced during his big league career.
Yeah, I’m sure Morneau is thrilled to know that in light of this tweet from the Bieberster, that he appears to have captured the faney of the gender-bending tween queen. No way.
The answer to that weaksauce pseudo-sexual musing would be an “of course not,” um, of course.
You have to give the Minnesota Twins credit.
Justin Morneau is mad as hell and he’s not going to take this anymore!
Prior to yesterday’s All-Star Game, the MLB had Sheryl Crow sing “The Star Spangled Banner” but when it c
Yeah, I know no one is going to get the Hamm’s Bear reference – you see, Hamm’s was a brewery in the “Land of Sky-Blue Water,” in this case St.
Minnesota Twins first baseman (and 2006 American League MVP – suck it, Iracane!) Justin Morneau was forced to write a post for Twins beat writer LaVelle E.
I have little to add to this story than what was covered in Charlie Waters’ column in the St. Paul Pioneer Press and later touched on in a post over on Mouthpiece Sports, but here we go.