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With one extended joke that has probably already been made.

With last week's rankings in parentheses.

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Remembering the late Don Mincher with a look back at the second part of his BP interview from last year.

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First baseman Don Mincher died on Sunday at age 73. In his memory, we're re-running David Laurila's two-part interview with him, which originally ran as a two-part "Prospectus Q&A" column on January and 11th and 12th, 2011.



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January 12, 2011 9:00 am

Prospectus Q&A: Don Mincher, Part II

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David Laurila

The Southern League president discusses the toughest pitcher he ever faced, his career highlights, and reflects on his accomplishments.

In Part II, Don Mincher talks about the toughest pitcher he ever faced, getting hit in the face by a Sam McDowell fastball, how the 1965 Twins compare to the 1972 Oakland A’s, and more. You can view Part I here.

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July 18, 2006 12:00 am

Future Shock: Division Roundup, NL Central, 7/18/06

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Kevin Goldstein

Kevin takes a look at the NL Central, with some highly regarded Brewers making some noise, and some once highly-regarded Pirates making very quiet peeps.

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