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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    We have a more solid team

    Better pitching staff...

    And if Morneau and Mauer keep up what they are doing we should easily take them..

    Plus Rondell White has been playing good and Luis Castillo is a HUGE improvment over Punto or Castro haha
    I hope you're right man. Believe me I hope the Twins take all the chumps in the AL Central out! :grin:

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    Yah.. It should be an interesting race let me tell ya!!

    Whitesox are mad scary though expecially adding Thome

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    Yah.. It should be an interesting race let me tell ya!!

    Whitesox are mad scary though expecially adding Thome
    I'd put money on Thome getting injuried.

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    Yah he will

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    I can't wait to see how Francisco Liriano pitches this year. I went to a couple games where he pitched for the Twin's AA affiliate the New Britain Rock Cats here in CT, and he has amazing ability.

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    I think the twins pitchers are one of the best in the league. I am still not sold on the left side of the infield. White, Mauer, and Morneau have to be good at the plate so the twins will have more success. Overall i think if the twins can play well early and wont get bit with the injury bug. They should be there for the AL central or at least wild card.

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

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    I can't wait to see how Francisco Liriano pitches this year. I went to a couple games where he pitched for the Twin's AA affiliate the New Britain Rock Cats here in CT, and he has amazing ability.
    Yah he's going to start in the pen if I remeber right. I think the only way he'd get into the starting 5 is if Baker stinks it up which I'm reallying hoping doesn't happen.

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    "finnishvikingsfan" wrote:
    I think the twins pitchers are one of the best in the league. I am still not sold on the left side of the infield. White, Mauer, and Morneau have to be good at the plate so the twins will have more success. Overall i think if the twins can play well early and wont get bit with the injury bug. They should be there for the AL central or at least wild card.
    I highly doubt that the WC will drop to the AL Central. I think both Boston and NY will be good again this year so it'll go to whomever finishes 2nd in the AL East

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    Re: 2006 MLB Season

    AL EAST
    NYY
    TOR
    BOS
    TB
    Balt

    AL CENTRAL
    CWS
    MIN
    CLEV
    Det
    KC

    AL WEST
    Oak
    LA
    Tex
    Sea

    NL EAST
    NYM
    Atl
    Phi
    FLA
    Was

    NL Central
    ChC
    StL
    Hou
    Mil
    Pit
    Cin

    NL WEST
    LA
    SF
    SD
    Ari
    Col

    AL WC: MIN
    NL WC: StL

    PLAYOFFS

    MIN over OAK
    NYY over CWS
    MIN over NYY

    NYM over LA
    StL over ChC
    NYM over StL

    MIN over NYM

    AL MVP: Alex Rodriguez
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