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The Minnesota Twins faced the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night in what turned out to be a boring blowout. The most interesting part of the game was when cameras caught the Twins mascot catching a ball in its mouth. It’s interesting because it takes skill. Something the writers of this site obviously don’t have. [GIF via @corkgaines] Related Posts Tuesday Morning Audibles: Fire Pinkel, White Out, Muschamp Ball Justin Hunter shows off some ball catching skills Iowa INT and Flea Flicker in 1st Half Lead vs. Minnesota
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