Twins have Learned to Go with the Flow

DETROIT — And so the first game of the super colossal four-game series of the century was washed away here Monday night. A doubleheader was rescheduled for today, but more rain is expected. This is great. This is fantastic. We could end up with two doubleheaders, one on Wednesday and one on Thursday, to maybe decide the division title.

That's like the old days, when a summer of rainouts led to a slew of crucial September doubleheaders. Baseball biographies of the Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants and the Yankee dynasties of DiMaggio...

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