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However the burst mode is gone and instead I get a "short video" of sorts.
Now my experience with videos (and this is common in the era of smartphones) that videos shorter than 1 minute (or there about) are never really watched. Any sort of playlist, by the time it loads them and plays them back, you've missed them. I have actually made a "rule", once I start a video, to always go to 1 minute, otherwise I will never watch it.
So the "short video" mode in the camera app, in place of the burst, it's pointless. I can see how some people might like having quick access to taking a video from that mode, rather having to switch to video, and that does indeed mirror the "quick shot" function when you record a video.
But the burst mode is absolutely necessary. Not only I miss the "best shot" feature (automatic or manual), and certainly miss the gif-maker on Photos that put them all together. Heck I could even get a panorama with it by panning the phone while capturing.
So now I have to live without, and I know I'm going to miss it. In terms of keeping tally of features, I now get "Astrophotography" mode. And indeed it's great. I love it already.
But if I had to chose between Astro and Burst, I'd go with burst, since I use it more.
However the point here is, why do I have to chose? How hard would it be to keep burst?
And finally, is there a way to make a gif without it? Can the Motion feature do anything like it?
Thanks and sorry for the rant.
WollyTwins' minor league update- Romero, Gonsalves, Buxton, Granite, Gordon
Fernando RomeroRomero made his big league debut for us early on in the season and far exceeded everyone's expectations. Initially, we thought he'd just be up for a spot start or two, but ended up staying in the big leagues for nearly 2 months. His MLB 4.38 ERA is quite inflated from his 1.2 inning, 8 ER blowup against KC (ERA would be around 3.11 excluding that start), but he showed a lot of talent during his time here. He still clearly had things to work on in the minors, though.
Sent down after his start on June 22nd, he's made 3 starts at AAA and has been very successful. He's 2-0 in those 3 starts with 18.2 IP, 2 earned runs, and 15 strikeouts to 7 walks. He's thrown between 90-100 pitches in each start as well. Thankfully, there's not much else to report here, it's been very positive for him since being sent down to work on some things! I would expect he at least gets a few more starts to make sure everything is clicking and is reinforced, but I see no reason not to expect Romero back in the MLB by mid to late August. If the rotation stays healthy and performs well, there's a chance he might not be back up until September callups, but either way, I think it's safe to say we'll see Romero back in the bigs again this year.
Stephen GonsalvesIt hasn't been without its bumps along the way, but 2018 has been an overall positive season for Gonsalves. He started the year in AA and was great, making 4 starts while throwing 20.2 innings and giving up just 4 earned runs. He was then promoted to AAA, where it's been a bit more of a mixed bag for him. He started off strong, with outings of 7.2 IP, 0 ER and 6.2 IP, 1 ER, but then was hit for 6 runs in 1.2 innings. He settled down again after that, with 2 scoreless starts of 5.1 and 5.0 innings, but then again entered a rough stretching giving up 5 ER in 0.2 IP, 3 ER in 5.2 IP, and 9 ER in 4.0 IP. Good news though, he's settled down since then and has only given up one run in his past 4 starts, pitching 21.1 innings. His overall numbers at AAA are solid- an inflated 3.86 ERA due to that 9 ER outing, but opponents are hitting just .196 on him. He hasn't really been thought of a strikeout pitcher, but he's racking up the Ks at a solid rate of just over 9 per 9 IP, which is right in line with his career minor league numbers.
I think we see Romero in the MLB before Gonsalves, but I would be surprised not to see Gonsalves up at some point before the year ends too. He doesn't have the stuff for a top of the rotation arm, but he still projects to settle in as a solid #3 or #4 pitcher. There have been some hiccups, but overall I believe we should be happy with how Gonsalves has performed this year. He does still have some more to work on, but he's getting pretty close. One thing in particular I'd like to see him work on his lasting longer in the game. He's made it through 6 innings in just 3 of his 12 starts at AAA this year. With that said, it's worth noting he's failed to throw at least 5 innings in just 3 of those 12 starts, so it's not like he's only going a few innings each game.
Overall, he's getting close. I think he needs a bit more time in the minors than Romero, but the future is still bright for Gonsalves. I'm predicting he'll get some time in the bigs in September and then have a good chance to break camp with the Twins out of spring training next year.
Byron BuxtonWe all know the story and potential with Buxton, so I won't get into that here. After being activated from the DL, the Twins elected to leave him in AAA for awhile to give him a chance to figure things out at the plate (a smart move, IMO). Results haven't been as positive as we would have liked yet. Through 18 games, he's hitting .232 with an OBP of .303. It is a small sample size, but it's worth mentioning that in 7 games in July, he's hitting .300 with a .382 OBP. Strikeouts have still been a concern, as he's whiffed 22 times to just 6 walks in his 18 games with AAA.
Maybe I'm too much of an optimist, but I do think there are some signs of hope here. I honestly think the worst possible thing that could have happened was for Buxton to be sent to AAA and immediately start hitting at a high level. That would have suggested that, physical or mental, there's something about him where he just doesn't hit major league pitching. On the other hand, struggling a bit suggests that there are things in his swing that can be fixed. Now, of course the bigger thing is to make sure those holes actually get fixed, but perhaps that's what we're seeing happen right now- A .300 average in July is a nice start. He'll need to continue hitting coming out of the AAA All-Star break, but the rest of the season is going to be important for Buxton. He's only 24, but he's had a lot of time in the MLB already, and while he's not quite there yet, it's getting closer and closer to make or break time for him. Best case scenario, he continues hitting well at AAA, gets promoted in mid-August, the success carries over and he closes the season strong, and he starts off well next year and all his issues are behind him. Worst case scenario, he falters at AAA, doesn't make it back to the MLB until September callups, isn't successful offensively there, and the Twins are forced to try to figure out what to do with a guy that is an incredible defender but seemingly just can't hit major league pitching
Zack GraniteGranite has had better seasons. Things got off on the wrong foot initially, as he was forced to the DL early on in the year after spring training. To get right to the point, he's just not hitting. His average on the year at AAA is sitting at .202. He's actually been pretty good at not going too many games in a row without a hit. The worst hitless streak he's had is 4 games just once. However, he's also been unable to tally many multi-hit games. In 61 games at AAA this year, he has just 10 games with 2 or more hits (2 games with 3 hits and 8 games with 2 hits). His poor OBP has limited how much he can use his speed, as he's stolen just 9 bases on the year (and has been thrown out 4 times).
I'm not sure what the issue is for Zack. I wonder if there's some sort of lingering injury here, because he's been a career .282 hitter in the minors, including .338 in 71 games at AAA last year, and .295 in 127 games in AA in 2016. I do think he's a better ballplayer than he's showing, but other than perhaps a nagging injury, I'm not sure what to make of him. I'm hoping that he can figure things out and challenge Cave for the 4th OF slot next year. Cave has looked solid so far this year, but Granite looked solid last year and LaMarre looked solid early this year, and both have underperformed since then. Especially with Buxton's hitting ability in question, it's going to be important to have a strong 4th outfielder, so the more options we have, the better.
Nick GordonThere's been a lot of talk about Nick Gordon being an infielder of the future for the Twins, but I'm not so sure if I'm too sold on that. Last year was a tale of two halves for Gordon, as he hit .303 in the first 77 games at AA, but then really struggled in the final 45 games, hitting only .217. He got off to a strong start in 2018, hitting .333 in 42 games with AA before being promoted to AAA. Since then, however, it's again been an entirely different story, as he's hitting a full 100 points lower at .233 with AAA. He's accumulated an awful 34:5 K:BB with AAA as well.
Needless to say, I don't think a callup is imminent here. There's a lot of trade talk surrounding Dozier this season, and I think it's been implied in those talks that people think Gordon would be called up to take over SS with Polanco shifting to 2B if Dozier is traded. These numbers from Gordon, however, might make the team hesitant a bit. It'd be one thing if Gordon was hitting above .300 in AAA this year and looked ready to take over somewhere in the MLB. But that's simply not the case, and he's unfortunately building a history of not being able to hit in the second half. Now, I don't think Gordon's situation is something that would prevent Dozier from being traded if we get a good offer. But it is something to consider. If Dozier is moved, I think it's safe to say we don't see Gordon immediately called up to take his place unless Gordon starts hitting now and there's still a few weeks until Dozier is moved. The more likely situation in my mind would be Polanco moving to 2nd and Adrianza assuming the full time SS role. Not as exciting, but Gordon hasn't pushed the issue this year.
I don't mean to sound gloom and doom with Gordon, but he's simply not ready for the majors yet. He's only 22, so there's still a lot of time to get the season long consistency with the bat down, but he's just not there yet.