I Can’t Believe What I Just Saw

Rob Sanford

The Minnesota Twins…the worst record in baseball right??? You couldn’t tell by watching the Tigers play them. The Twins bullpen shut down the big hitters, and a rookie pitcher dominated allowing just 4 hits in the afternoon game. What is going on?? I suppose if there was an easy answer they’d already been doing it. This week manager Jim Leyland admitted he was getting worried about the club. The

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DETROIT, MI – MAY 17: P. J. Walters #39 of the Minnesota Twins pitches in the first inning during the game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on May 17, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)

week-end sees the 40 game mark of the season and there’s an interesting fact about that. Of the past 10 World Series champs….only one had a record below .500 after 40 games. In the past I always put down people who put so much stock in such theories, but maybe they’re right after all.

The hue and cry to fire Jim Leyland should begin to reach a fever pitch soon. Some will believe that will be the only way to turn the team around…but actually it would do just the opposite. Firing a manager is putting up the white flag to the season and you’re giving up. Besides, I don’t think anyone  including Tony LaRussa could have prevented the mess they find themselves in.

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