Twins Season Home Opener Festivities Equal Game Winner

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For their home opener, the Minnesota Twins brought a bald eagle to soar around the stadium as part of the pre-game festivities. Gibson threw six shutout innings in his 2018 debut last week against Baltimore. "But I guess this eagle was just confused - apparently the first time ever".

The other possibility is that the eagle could tell that Paxton is Canadian and wanted to put a little fear in him. The team has planned a day-long celebration to celebrate Opening Day at Target Field. It started well enough; the eagle took off majestically from its handler's arm and then sort of circled Paxton in the outfield.

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The Twins gave up a couple in the first half of the first inning, and, as Paxton prepares to take the mound, trail 2-0, with a commanding 1-0 lead on bird of prey attacks. With that in mind, I think I have to lean toward the Twins for the win but otherwise I'm just going to stay away and enjoy the game. Twins centre fielder Byron Buxton had no trouble admitting that would have been his reaction, too.

"The eagle knew I was Canadian, I don't know", he said.

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