In this, the final Baseball Show of the season, Matt and Mick remind us one more time of the importance of starting pitching. Offseason personnel changes are discussed and general manager Terry Ryan is applauded for last year’s free agent signings. An added bonus is a short social interlude where a friend of Matt’s talks about visiting a mutual friend in Madison, Wis.

On this week’s Baseball Show Matt and Mick discuss the Twins’ possibilities for a starting rotation in 2013, when to the relief of all concerned, the record will go back to 0-0 just like it does in Kansas City.

In this installment of The Baseball Show, Matt and Mick talk about the odd nature in which the non-contending Twins executed their September call-up strategy.

This week on The Baseball Show Matt and Mick talk about the Twins and some other baseball stuff including but not limited to: Little League, Stephen Strasburg, pitch counts and September call-ups.

The Baseball Show with Matt and Mick this week features Brian Dozier’s return to the minor leagues, Nick Blackburn’s decline, Caribbean jerk chicken wings, Chris Parmelee’s future, several interruptions from the wait staff, and this question: Do you know Deduno?

Matt and Mick talk about Nishi and his issues at length and then delve into some psycho-babble for a short time, then finish strong with some insightful commentary on other Twins topics involving the front office.

After a long hiatus, The Baseball Show returns with Matt and Mick this week. We talk about why it was probably a good idea to not go nuts at the trading deadline.

Matt Zimmer and Mick Garry talk about how the Minnesota Twins really beat up on those bums from Pittsburgh this week, and a little about the All-Star game and some other stuff.

This week’s Baseball Show…

Matt Zimmer and Mick Garry get a lot accomplished in a very short time this week with discussion of the baseball draft, the recent return to normalcy for Twin starters and the performance of the bullpen.

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