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Neighbor_guy

Sorry, I did it again......

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And boom goes the dinomite....

I turned the game on and saw Nathan. I said wow the twins are up in the ninth. The next pitch, homer, then nearly another. You dont see Nathan give up too many games like that. Hopefully we can still pull it out in the end.

Sorry, mabe I just shouldn't watch. crazy

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So, he blows the save and gets the win. And barely gets the win. Wow, 53 pitches for Nathan. What a struggle and it's the Royals for cryin out loud!

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I feel the same way neighbor guy. Seems like every time I watch, they don't play well at all.

The last game I watched, was when the Twins were up quite a bit and ended up losing 16-14, or something like that. I usually just catch the scores in the paper.

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hopefully its a turning point for the better...after the second out in the tenth Joe went by gardy and told him he was staying in. Showed some toughness. Fingers crossed!

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