Is the curse of Wally the Beer Man to blame for the Twins?

St. Paul-native Bill Daly insists that he knows a curse when he sees one. He believes the origin of the Twins problems is Walter McNeil, known as Wally the Beer Man. Daly says McNeil didn't invoke the curse himself, but rather some enraged beer-drinking elf.
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St. Paul-native Bill Daly insists that he knows a curse when he sees one. He believes the origin of the Twins problems is Walter McNeil, known as Wally the Beer Man. Daly says McNeil didn't invoke the curse himself, but rather some enraged beer-drinking elf.

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