Tag Archives: New York Yankees

According to ELIAS

A total of 52 homers pushes June’s average into near-record territory Fifty-two home runs were hit on Sunday in MLB, the most on any single day in more than 10 years since June 11, 2006, to be exact, when 54 … Continue reading

Posted in According to Elias | Tagged | Comments Off on According to ELIAS

According to ELIAS

Santana gets back on track Ervin Santana was charged with two earned runs in 7 1/3 innings to earn the victory in the Twins’ 7-4 win over the Yankees at Target Field yesterday. Santana was coming off perhaps the worst … Continue reading

Posted in According to Elias | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

Twins way-back machine looks at April 1963

It is fun to look back at the Sporting News and see what was up with the Minnesota Twins back in the day. The Twins started their 1963 season with a 9-10 record in April but went on to win … Continue reading

Posted in General Blogging | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Dean Chance passes away at the age of 74

It has been reported that Dean Chance died of a heart attack at the age of 74 yesterday in his hometown of Wooster, Ohio. Chance was born in Wooster on June 1, 1941 and went on to attend Northwestern High … Continue reading

Posted in General Blogging | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Twins longest games in terms of innings played

The Minnesota Twins have played a lot of games in the 55 years that they have called Minnesota home but only 33 of those games have gone 15 innings or longer. In those 33 games they have a 17-16 record. … Continue reading

Posted in General Blogging | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on The Twins longest games in terms of innings played

According to ELIAS

Big Papi and The Bambino David Ortiz hit his 20th home run this season in the first inning of the Red Sox’ game against the White Sox on Monday. This is the 14th consecutive season with 20 or more home … Continue reading

Posted in According to Elias | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on According to ELIAS

According to ELIAS

Satisfying night for Phil Hughes Phil Hughes tossed seven scoreless innings against his former team as the Twins knocked out four home runs and took a 10-1 decision from the Yankees. Hughes emphatically ended his streak of having allowed at … Continue reading

Posted in According to Elias, Washington Senators 1901-1960 | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on According to ELIAS

These were some quick games

I thought that with all the attention this year on the length of games that it would be fun to take a look at some of the quickest nine inning games in Twins history in terms of wall clock time. … Continue reading

Posted in General Blogging | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on These were some quick games

According to ELIAS

Hunter dials back the years Torii Hunter followed his 4-for-4 performance on Friday with hits on each of his first three at-bats in the Twins’ 7-4 win at Cleveland. Hunter, whose first hit on Saturday was a home run, became … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on According to ELIAS

Remembering 1965 – Part 9 – Not all peaches and cream for Versalles or Mele

Zoilo Versalles the Minnesota Twins enigmatic shortstop of the early 60’s would go on to win the 1965 American League Most Valuable Player Award at the age of 25 and become the first player in franchise history (Senators or Twins) … Continue reading

Posted in Remembering the 1965 season, Washington Senators 1901-1960 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Remembering 1965 – Part 9 – Not all peaches and cream for Versalles or Mele