Today is Michael Cuddyer’s day. He definitely earned the manager’s selection into tonight’s All-Star Game. He’s one of the reasons why the 2011 Twins are still grasping on hopes to make a run at the Central Division Title in the second half.

A few years ago I tried to harness the magic wielded by this ultra-utility player known as Cuddy so I created the Cuddy Magic Bobble Ball.

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I figured since Cuddy is playing in the All-Star Game today, it would be good to have my Twins fan co-workers ask him a couple questions.

Producer Greg Litman asked, “Will Ben Revere win the AL Rookie of the Year?”

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The Cuddy Magic Bobble Ball answered, “Yes.”

Photographer Sean Skinner asked, “Will Danny Valencia finally become the player he thinks he should be?”

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The Cuddy Magic Bobble Ball responded, “Yes.”

Sportsman Mark Rosen asked, “Will Joe Mauer still be the son I raised and end this season with a batting average of .300 or above?”

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The “CMBB” said, “My sources say no.”

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Bummer.

And fellow Twins Blogger, Melissa Martz inquired, “Since you (Cuddy) have played ALMOST every position, is relief pitcher in your future?”

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The response, “You may rely on it.”

Nice!

What are your questions?

I bet one could be when are fans going to get a new bobblehead?

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Answer: You can get a limited edition bobble head of a WCCO All Star on July 16th at the Alexandria Beetles game! They will be giving out Don Shelby Bobbleheads before the game!!!

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