Jim Thome Hits Home Run No. 600

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Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins touches all the bases after hitting his first home run against the Detroit Tigers during a MLB game at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. The Twins won 9-6.
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(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins is congratulated by teammate Jason Kubel #16 after hitting his first home run against the Detroit Tigers during a MLB game at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. The Twins won 9-6.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins high-fives teammates in the dug-out after hitting his first of two home runs against the Detroit Tigers during a MLB game at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. The Twins won 9-6.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins high-fives teammates in the dug-out after hitting his first home run against the Detroit Tigers during a MLB game at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. The Twins won 9-6.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins hits his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins touches all the bases after hitting his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins is congratulated by teammates at home plate after hitting his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins is congratulated by teammates at home plate after hitting his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins is congratulated by teammates at home plate after hitting his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins Hits No. 600
Jim Thome #25 of the Minnesota Twins is congratulated by teammates at home plate after hitting his second home run of the game in the seventh inning and his 600th career home run making him only the eighth player in Major League Baseball history to achieve that milestone during a MLB game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on August 15, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
(credit: Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
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One Comment

  1. Gus says:

    I just found your blog and it appears to be a neat to place to go from now on to talk slbebaal’. I have been going to these Twins caravans for a dozen years , and I frankly have to say how poorly publicized they are . I have had to work hard to try to get information on these events and that has ben the case every year . Information (details) usually pop up to the public on the day of the event. I live 75 miles away . So I have to plan ahead , and it does little good to read in the Herald about details when we get the Herald out here’ 4 hours before the event happens. That has been the case many times. The Herald doesn’t seem to understand that the rural areas don’t get the Herald as readily as Grand Forks does. For instance , on the day of the caravan , we out here got 3 Heralds , Sunday’s , Monday’s (MLK holiday), and Tuesday’s and we get it late because the mail service has double the mail to deliver . How many rural fans can drop their plans in a afternoon to drive to see the Twins with only a few hours notice! I had to dig hard to find the details on the Twins main page , that’s why I made it . The public should not have to work that hard. The Herald should have that info in their Friday or Saturday edition. I know they could have done that in the past. That’s my 2 cents . I don’t know if it would have made a difference in fan attendence , rural fans usually spend their nights going to basketball games , but still that does not excuse the poor coverage by the Herald. I promise to be not so grumpy in the future.

  2. Efi says:

    Ve1žene1 paned Mecelove1,re1da bych se zeptala, jakfdm způsobem jsou řešeny miniškolky ne1plň. Dceři bude 2,5 roku v lednu, tak nevedm, zda je možne9 se připojit od půlky šk.roku.Choded děti každfd den nebo pouze vyarbne9 dny v tfddnu?Děkuji za odpověď a přeji hezkfd den.L. Podre1pske1

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