Aaron and John unpack the MLB/iTunes fiasco, reflect on a jumbled Twins roster, examine Phil Hughes turnaround, play a lot of GATG intros, cast a skeptical eye towards Danny Santana and Chris Parmelee, ignore their mothers and debate the size of Aaron's ego. You can listen by downloading us from iTunes, Stitcher or find it at GleemanAndTheGeek.com.
You might also want to stop by TwinsDaily.com to see Diane Plouffe (Trevor's mom) reflect on being the mother of a Major League player. Or read about the hottest Twins pitcher and how were were right (and wrong) about him. Or, if you're overly happy, about top prospect Byron Buxton's latest trip to the disabled list.
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