A Farm Is No Place For Rauch-es

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Though Mr. McDonald may have all the animals listed above, I don’t believe that “Rauch-es” were one of those inhabitants. Basically, with the Twins cruising to what looked like a momentum-building victory against the Blue Jays earlier tonight, the Jays came back with a six-run sixth inning en route to defeating the Twins 6-3. The back-breaking blow came when John McDonald (Toronto’s #9 batter) connected for a three-run frozen rope off of Twins reliever Jon Rauch that just barely cleared the high wall out in left field

Well, there goes another chance at Big Mo (especially with KC knocking off the Tigers). The season is quickly growing short, and if the Twins don’t start winning they will be eliminated by pure arithmetic before we know it (a depressing thought).

Preview (69-69, 2nd, 6.5 GB DET): Carl Pavano (11-11, 5.09) vs. Roy Halladay (14-8, 2.98).

1 Comment

Nice blog. Carl Pavano gave you guys a nice outing tonight against the blue jays and Doc. Check out: http://clevelandbaseball.mlblogs.com/archives/2009/09/second_base_has_been_a.html

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