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MinnPost – Pat Borzi: Twins won’t win championships without more championship players:

“It comes down to this: As a franchise, what do you aspire to be? If ‘world champion’ is your answer, you cannot tolerate or coddle role players who botch bunts, run the bases poorly and miss signs or cutoff men — brainless mistakes that cost you runs, and games, especially against the monsters of the American League East.

The cuddly, underdog designation used to be cute. Now, it’s old and annoying. It’s time to win. The Twins need fewer Muppets and more Huns, and this is the off-season to find them.”

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  1. I’m still lobbying for a salary cap and regular drug testing…

    Jean10/18/2009 @ 9:57 am
  2. Regular drug testing has been going on for years now.

    As for salary caps. I have to laugh. Invest in your team, it works. Except for team owners who pocket thiet change. And lose.

    I agree with this article. The Yanks are well paid, no doubt. So are the Mets, Angels, Sox,

    If you invest in your team, they will be the ones to beat no?

    Melissa10/27/2009 @ 12:21 am

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