The number is staggering. In the past three years, the Minnesota Twins have lost 291 games. Ninety-nine in 2011. Ninety-six each of the last two seasons. A team that was once viewed as a model for succeeding and competing with modest financial resources has been an afterthought for too long now. They have finished last in the AL Central twice and were fourth last season.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says he plans to talk to the team on Monday amid mounting frustration after a fourth straight loss.
Only Ryan Doumit was able to keep the Minnesota Twins from adding to a historic week of offensive futility.
Some idiots are rooting for #100. They’re either nuts or Royals fans.
Joffrey Lupul and Mikhail Grabovski each scored goals to get Toronto’s top two lines going and lead the Maple Leafs to a 3-0 victory on Tuesday over Minnesota, stretching the Wild’s winless streak to seven games.