For whatever reason, Twins newcomer Phil Hughes has had one inning per start that has yielded almost all of the damage against him.
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Minnesota fans boo Phil Hughes today after he gives up four in the early innings. But he settles down and pitches five.
So far I've spent my opening paragraph telling you who to pick up and roll with. It's been a mixed bag to say the least and by that I mean rose petals with kitty litter clumpings in with it. King Felix did fine on Monday. Thankfully none of you had to experience the Klub upside the head on Tuesday. And right now it's only the second inning on Tyson Ross and it'...
With the regular season moving in fast, the Minnesota Twins are hard at work filling their starting pitcher roster for the 2014 season.
So far, the projected starters for the Twins are Ricky Nolasco (13-11, 3.70 ERA with the Marlins and Dodgers), Phil Hughes (4-14, 5.19 ERA with the Yankees), Kevin Correia (9-13, 4.18 ERA), and Mike Pelfrey (5-13, 5.19 ERA).
JUPITER, Fla. -- With one start, Minnesota Twins newcomer Phil Hughes is already making progress more quickly than a year ago.
Hughes allowed one run in 2 2-3 innings Tuesday in his debut for the Twins, who lost to the Miami Marlins 3-1.
Last year Hughes went 4-14 with the New York Yankees after missing all of spring training because of a back injury.
"I hope that's a big...
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Only so much can be gleaned from the Minnesota Twins' instrasquad scrimmage Thursday at Hammond Stadium, but it did give new pitcher Phil Hughes the chance to knock off some of the rust.
Hughes pitched two innings against his new teammates, allowing a pair of hits and picking up four strikeouts. His unofficial outing gave Hughes the opportunity to work on...
You get used to the flames, the sulfur stench and the lice. It's the reruns of Geraldo that grate on you. Welcome to Yankiverse Hell, the Chad Curtis/Mel Hall wing. Take a pike, folks. We're going to be here for awhile. Like... eternity.One of the few enduring pleasures is knowing that some guys will escape. I'm thinking of Joba Chamberlain and Phil Hughes. I bear no...
Everybody says that if bird (pigeon if you live in NYC) feces land on your head, or if it rains on your wedding that something good is going to happen.
Photograph of Phil Hughes taken on April 29, 2008 at Yankee Stadium..May 1, 2008.
Just like it is good luck when you accidentally slip on a big pile of doggie poop, right?
Well, earlier today as I innocently was walking down Lexington...
Don’t you hate it when you are right?
Phil Hughes on the Scranton Yankees (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
What about when you are over and over again?
Well, once again, I will state that in this situation I would have happily accepted being wrong about Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes ability.
But enough is enough.
I have been ripped to shreds for my so-called ‘obsession’ with Hughes’...