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Hey, everyone. I need to give a plug for an excellent resource put out by some great Twins bloggers, all of whom deserve your readership and support. Put out by John Bonnes, Parker Hageman, Nick Nelson, and Seth Stohs, the Twinscentric Trade Deadline Primer, 2009 Edition is the best resource I have found, bar none, evaluating the trade deadline prospects for our Minnesota Twins.

So, go get it. It has an excellent analysis of the current Twins team, what they need, what they can give up, and who can give it to them. It breaks down all thirty teams, and gives a ton more analysis than you would get from a subscription to a certain four-letter “insider” site, that’s for certain. I got this the day (nay, the hour) it was released, and have read the whole thing all the way through, and have referred to it multiple times as I have been thinking about possible trades, etc.

Go get a copy here: TWINSCENTRIC!

Each of their sites have more information about the book, so if you need more convincing, check their links above. Like I said, it is totally worth the $9.95 it costs, and you can download it right to your computer for easy reference.


One Response

  1. Thank you for the kind words Eric. I’m very glad you liked it.

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