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We (the twins) never understood why people always needed to make fake pages...
and blogs and this and that to throw shade and spills tea, we beleve that we want the general public to hear the tea straight
from the horses mouth, aka the Twins.
We don't hide in the shade to throw shade baby, Tune in now.
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Cancer Survivor Darryl Anne Mooney joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio. After being told that she would be dead in three months if she didn't go through chemotherapy treatments, Darryl paid no attention and took matters into her own hands. Please join us as she tells her inspirational story.
During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about the health topic of his choice.
During the second half hour, Luella will talk about cancer land what you can do naturally to heal.
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Hello folks! The Twins are wrapping up Spring Training with a couple of game Friday and Saturday at our nation's capital with a couple of exibition games against the Nationals. The 25-man-roster is set. Tune in and find out everything you need to know about the upcoming Twins season. Dad and I will also make predictions of what will happen in the other divisions.
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Entertainment tonight will be with Artist Stan Hill
Washington Nationals' starter Tanner Roark set a career high in Ks with 15 total on 121 pitches over seven scoreless frames as the Nats made it two straight over the Minnesota Twins with a 2-0 win this afternoon in the nation's capital. The Nats scored two early on Twins' starter Phil Hughes and held on for their 13th win in 17 games so far this season. One more with the Twins tomorrow afternoon in the nation's capital.
Washington's Nationals jumped out to an early lead with a four-run first and padded their lead in what ended up an 8-4 win over the Minnesota Twins in Nats Park. Gio Gonzalez was sharp on the mound and the Nationals knocked Twins' starter Kyle Gibson out early before holding on for the win, which left them 12-4 overall on the year and 6-1 in the nation's capital. And did you see Jose Lobaton's hustle triple?
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