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  • Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

    Thielbar credited with his second win of the season today in the Twins 1-0 win at Cleveland.

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    Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

    Originally posted by JackJD View Post
    Thielbar credited with his second win of the season today in the Twins 1-0 win at Cleveland.
    Thielbar pitched the 9th had a 3 up and 3 down inning. Along with his 2-0 record he has 5 k's, 2 bb in 9+ innings pitched and the lowest era on the team at 1.86. Been pretty impressive.

    GBGBGJ

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      Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

      Originally posted by Chains View Post
      Thielbar pitched the 9th had a 3 up and 3 down inning. Along with his 2-0 record he has 5 k's, 2 bb in 9+ innings pitched and the lowest era on the team at 1.86. Been pretty impressive.

      GBGBGJ
      Hey Minnesota fans, finally someone that can pitch!!
      Great moments are born from great opportunities.
      ---Herb Brooks

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        Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

        Caleb just pitched a 1. 2. 3. Inning in Yankee Stadium.
        Finding is never about seeking. It is about opening yourself to what is already there. - Henry Meloux

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          Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

          Listened the game while driving to your side of the state, WRJack. Except for getting roughed up in Seattle, Thielbar continues to do a great job.

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            Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

            Nice story on ESPN about Caleb Thielbar and his mother.

            Growing up on a dairy farm near Randolph, Minnesota, Janet Johnston Thielbar loved baseball. She and her brothers would do their chores in the morning, eat lunch and then go play baseball. She would go to bed with the transistor radio under her pillow and fall asleep to the sound of Herb Carneal describing the play of Harmon Killebrew and the Twins.


            http://espn.go.com/mlb/story/_/id/11...nnesota-mother

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            • #7
              Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

              Thielbar was up in Fargo for Twins Winter Caravan.

              http://t.co/n4go2GzTRI (Thielbar's is one of four videos McFeeley took w/ Twins personnel).

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                Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

                Brought back up yesterday to the Twins from AAA Rochester.

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                • #9
                  Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

                  Thielbar saw limited action from the bullpen for the Twins over the past weekend against the Reds. (4/17 and 4/18)

                  Stats: 1 IP, 1 SO, 1 H, 0.0 ERA

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                    Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

                    Originally posted by SlapJack View Post
                    Thielbar saw limited action from the bullpen for the Twins over the past weekend against the Reds. (4/17 and 4/18)

                    Stats: 1 IP, 1 SO, 1 H, 0.0 ERA
                    I know a slip, but I think the Twins were playing the Cleveland Indians. At least that is what saw on my TV. Won 7-2. Was playing hand and foot (a Canasta game) and watching the game both so I could be wrong too.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

                      Caleb has been claimed off waivers by the San Diego Padres.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Caleb "T-Bar" Thielbar

                        Caleb has returned to the Twins organization on a minor league deal.

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                        • #13
                          T-Bar is on the Twins 60-man player pool.
                          In the days leading up to Monday's announcement of the Twins' player pool for the 2020 season, team leaders noted that they would focus on building a roster of players who were at or near the Major League level in order to maximize their immediate winning potential.
                          @JacksFanInNeb

                          I've always believed that if someone wants to run a country, he should know how to run a tractor first.
                          --Steve Hartman, CBS Sunday

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