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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    when I look at the list with Ortiz and Billups I feel like "damn we could use that now"
    while with AJ I want to see him fail simply because he's with the White sox and the fact that he's a jerk
    with roloson I knew he was good so not a big deal I'm happy he got his chance

    I know a better poll would be which do you want to see fail more Moss or Dante but oh well

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    i gotta go with billups... he played like crap here and with no heart, once he got to detroit he exploded and became a MVP candidate and led his team to a championship...

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Ortiz 100%
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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Anyone remember Modano?

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Billups by a mile for me. I don't follow baseball as much as I do basketball or the NFL, and with all the problems the Timberwolves have had at guard over the past 5 years (apart from those 2 years with Cassell, and even then his defence is suspect), someone like Chauncey is EXACTLY what the Wolves need.. And they traded it away!!

    That being said: I still want a Cleveland/Dallas NBA Finals..

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Billups, because of exactly what Benet said. I follow baseball more but to be honest, I'm happy for Ortiz. His talent came to fruition while he was carrying an entire city on his back. That's pretty cool. Much better than him staying in Minnesota and becoming this good, but still going nowhere with the Twins.

    Big Papi has a ring on his finger and an entier city that loves him, so I'm happy for him. Maybe its because I used to live near Boston.
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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    I had to vote for Ortiz, because he is one of my favorite players, and the Twins sent him packing before he had time to develop. The developement of major league ball players is a process, and besides pitching, the Twins are too quick on giving up on people. I am honestly surprised that the Twins haven't traded Mauer or Morneau.

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Well it's definetely not AJ...

    That's like Cowboys fans saying they miss Hershall Walker.

    Joe Nathan, Fransisco Liriano, and BOOF Bonser

    we win!

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    David Ortiz. But I guess he never had anything around him in Minny.

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    Re: Which EX MN player doing well is harder to watch?

    Easy. David Ortiz.

    Five injury riddled years here, and they dumped him for Matt LeCroy. MATT FREAKING LECROY.

    Then again, to be fair, I think a lot of Twins hitters would do much better hitting regularly at Fenway in that kind of lineup.

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