Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays, Twins' Fans!

We're going on hiatus until the end of the year and will back at it full-board in 2010. In the meantime, check out Joe Posnanski's wonderful book about the 1975 Cincinnati Reds, The Machine. It's not too late to put it on your holiday list, and you won't be disappointed. Also check out Hardball Times writer Chris Jaffe's book, Evaluating Baseball's Managers. This wonderful book contains everything you ever wanted to know about baseball's pilots, and has plenty to say about some of the men who have called the shots in the Twins' dugout over the years.
For Twins' fans, 2009 was a fun season, and there's plenty of which to look forward as we move toward 2010:
  • Joe Mauer's extension
  • Inaugural season of Target Field
  • Off-season decisions remaining at second base and third base
  • Spring training beginning in just seven short weeks
We'll have you covered here at BP Baseball, along with our friends on the blogroll. As Twins' fans, we are blessed with some of the best baseball writers and analysts right here in Twins Territory. From Joe C., LEN3, Kelsie Smith, The Twins Geek, Aaron Gleeman, Nick Nelson, Parker Hageman, Seth Stohs, Josh Johnson, and many more, we are lucky to have the best and most level-headed coverage of any team in this market. I am proud to be associated with this group, and I thank you all for your support as I got the ball rolling here in 2009. Thanks for sticking with my sporadic posts on Donny Puck, to my foray with the Examiner, and finally on my permanent home here.

I wish you a joyous holiday season. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or nothing at all, may the peace of the season be with you all and your family.

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