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the twin's final record

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3 games over 500, 2nd in al and Haliday will shut them down tonight as usual.

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How about tied with the Pale Hose for first and another 1 game playoff? The Tigers could fade! What about it Windy?

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Well crazyeyes, I see your prediction came true NOT NOT NOT NOT.

I am sure Windy would welcome you with open arms on his bandwagon. I know there is plenty of room.

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.500 seems to be where they've been for many games this year so that's my guess. Had to chuckle at the poster at star tribune site who said he had two tickets to the game this weekend sitting in his glove box in his car. His car got broken into and when he went through to see if anything got stolen there was an extra set of tickets left in the car so he had four.

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IF we can go 13-6 the final 19 and get the Tigers to go 7-13 the rest of the way, we get the division by 1 game. wink

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The Twins are so streaky so it might depend on if we're on a winning or losing streak to end the season. My guess would be about 3 games max one way or the other. Still might be good enough to take this weak division.

GO TWINS! - I'm still predicting them to win this division. Sure whoever comes out of the central PROBABLY wont win a playoff series, but no team can win a playoff game if they are the ones watching it on TV!

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85-77 ever the eternal optomistic. laugh

I hope I was wrong....we need one more then I had hoped for!!

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Wrong to the good, Tom, wrong to the good.

PS Windy, start checking your Grandma for a johnson.

Don't Go Tigers!

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Yeah that Johnson might of grown in the past month or so. When your right, your just right! And I will give ya this one Windy....GO SOX!!!

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It could me that Windy is really from Arkansas if his Grandma has a Johnson.

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It could me that Windy is really from Arkansas if his Grandma has a Johnson.

DONT INSULT ARKANSAS

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How is it possible there is a Windy if his Grandma has a Johnson??????

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How is it possible there is a Windy if his Grandma has a Johnson??????

You obviously are unaware of how the mega-wealthy live and reproduce

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unfortunately they just can't guarantee what kind of offspring they'll have... a WSox fan?????????

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"And if my grandma had a johnson she'd be my grandpa!"

Windy Windy, you could be eating those words real soon.

Again Windy who were you really pulling for this weekend Detroit or your Sox.

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