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• Jesse Crain: Crain followed Guerrier out the door after 2010, signing a three-year, million deal with the White Sox.
Despite a modest strikeout rate of 6.2 per nine innings he threw 382 innings with a 3.42 ERA in seven seasons in Minnesota, but Crain has racked up 10.6 strikeouts per nine innings while posting a 2.10 ERA in 150 innings for the White Sox.
She's coming to Minnesota in April to play First Avenue and I'll be there.
• Really good long read: Benjamin Wallace-Wells of on prison gang culture and the craziness of a large-scale hunger strike in solitary confinement.
• It never stops: "If you don't know what type of phone this guy has (if it's a Black Berry, dump him) you should prepare to bring a charger." • Having just realized that Uber is available on Black Berry, this Mickey Rapkin article for about a week-in-the-life of an Uber driver was really eye-opening to me.
Like all teams the Twins cycle through tons of players every season, making it impossible to keep close tabs on everyone, but I've tried to narrow things down a bit by focusing on relatively prominent and/or oft-discussed players who departed the organization within the past handful of seasons.He's been brilliant for the Pirates with a 2.20 ERA and 74/27 K/BB ratio in 70 innings, relying on his fastball less than ever before. There was nothing promising about his performance, which included a 4.62 ERA and 40/32 K/BB ratio, and the Twins were hesitant to even use the knuckleballer with men on base.He inked a minor-league deal with the Mets at age 35 ... • Matt Guerrier: Guerrier exited as a free agent following the 2010 season for a three-year million deal with the Dodgers after seven seasons in Minnesota.• I stupidly didn't go see Hannibal Buress at Varsity Theater after loving him at Acme Comedy Company last year, but at least his five-minute set on "The Tonight Show" was really good: Here's hoping that Jimmy Fallon keeps giving good, young stand-up comedians a big stage.• Big news in the fast food world, as Taco Bell is set to launch a breakfast menu and Mc Donald's is thinking about serving breakfast all day.