If you go to a Twins game, you’ll have to pass through metal detectors. Major League Baseball this year has expanded its security procedures that it tried out late last season.

Is there a big problem at ballgames? No, security expert Bruce Schneier argues in the Washington Post today, it’s just part of the theater to make you feel safer from a threat that isn’t that big to begin with. Read more

Bert Blyleven, the Twins broadcaster, might have learned a valuable lesson today. When your team stinks and it has turned in four straight 90-loss seasons, it’s probably not smart to criticize the city that’s won five straight division titles and, oh by the way, has shut out your squad in the first two games of the season.

It started with this tweet during the rain delay of today’s no-contest between the Twins and Tigers.
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