I've watched more Twins games since early May of this year until now than I have watched since they moved to Bally and maybe even before that. I actually cancelled YouTube TV and got FUBO instead so I could watch them since I am laid up with a leg issue for a while.
My takeaways so far:
Not a big fan of the M logo on hats.
Twins starting pitching is the best and deepest I have seen in a long time, maybe ever.
Twins hitting is abysmal.
All the big money position players are not carrying their weight.
Rocco is a terrible manager.
I'll probably cancel FUBO as soon as I'm back on my feet, and go back to occasionally listening on the radio but for now it's something to do.
I'm sure this has been beaten like a dead horse around here, but I couldn't find it in the search function. I'm looking to buy a used 16-17' boat for family fishing, but haven't really come to a conclusion on a 4 stroke or 2 stroke motor yet. Yes - the boat I buy will come with a motor, but right now I'm willing to go either way, 4 or 2 stroke, but I don't really know the major advantages/disadvantages, other than the 4 stroke will be heavier, quieter, and more fuel efficient, but possibly more expensive to repair. 2 strokes are lighter, have a higher top end, and are easier to repair, but are more polluting. I run a 2-stroke Johnson 7.5hp on a 14 cedar strip boat right now. I use my father's boat on bigger water, 16' Lund Laker with a 50 hp Yamaha 4 stroke. It flat out runs big, but look at my comparison factor, apples and oranges. Is it that big of a deal on a used boat? Can I get a decent trade value on a 2 stroke if trading in on a 4 stroke? Opinions needed!
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