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Ricky Nolasco Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: R
- Height: 6' 2"
- Weight: 215
- Age 33
- Seasons: 10
- Salary: 12,000,000
- Birthplace: Corona, California
- College: None
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 23, 2016
Ricky Nolasco is on the mound today as the Twins try to take three games from Philadelphia
Twinkie Town Jun 18, 2016
It's kinda like the "Doctor Who" episode "Heaven Sent." Park Bang! Park Bang! Cue the music! Byung-Ho Park's fourth-inning dinger put your Twins (they ain't mine, I disown them) up 4-0, and given that Ricky Nolasco was channeling his non-sucky alternate identity (named, oddly by my lights, "FunkitudityEWF76"), it seemed like the Twins had a chance at winning this game. If you thought that, are You Even A Twins Fan? Of course, Buddy Boshers (heretofore yet to surrender an ER this year) would come in to relieve Nolasco after seven strong, schizophrenic innings. Of course Boshers would allow a...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 18, 2016
Ricky Nolasco throws strong seven innings, but bullpen gives up five runs in final two.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 14, 2016
The righthander is the first one on the staff to win three games.
Twinkie Town Jun 7, 2016
Hi y'all! Here are the links: The MLB Draft is later this week, and Paul Molitor says the Twins won't be drafting based on need. Good writer Eno Sarris recently asked Byron Buxton about his thoughts on "Byron Buston" for his recent article, "Theory and Implementation with Byron Buxton", for Fan graphs. Ricky Nolasco gushed about the time he met Mohammed Ali as a Mami Marlin. The Twins had an off-day yesterday, which at least a couple spent purifying themselves on the waters of Lake Minnetonka. A West Fargo Vietnam veteran gets to raise the flag at the Twins game tonight. He reminisced...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 4, 2016
The Twins lost 4-2 on Friday as Ricky Nolasco couldn't get out of an eighth-inning jam.
Twins Insider | Minneapolis Star-Tribune Jun 3, 2016
The Twins lost 4-2 on Friday as Ricky Nolasco couldn't get out of an eighth-inning jam
The Twins got a strong start from Ricky Nolasco and his fastball; Joe Mauer thrived on outside pitches.
Twins righthander Ricky Nolasco says he wished he was more efficient, but Seattle's hitters made him throw a lot of pitches in the Twins' 5-4 win.
Kevin Jepsen allowed a two-run homer in the ninth but was able to preserve strong performances by the offense and starter Ricky Nolasco.
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