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Article: J.O. Berrios Continues The Climb

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 12:29 AM
Going into the 2015 season, few Twins prospects brought more intrigue than Jose Berrios. The 2012 first-round pick (32nd overall), has fl...
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Molitor is a mediocre manager

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 12:06 AM
Yet another extra innings loss where Perkins doesn't throw one pitch. Unacceptable. Bullpen usage has been a big fat F from him this year...
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Game Thread, Twins@Royals, 7/3, 7:10 PM CDT

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:04 PM
The Twins look to carry momentum from last night's win into tonight. Tommy Milone (4-1, 3.19) faces Jeremy Guthrie (6-5, 5.68) first pitc...
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2015 mid season look at Twins '16 OF........

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:33 PM
......and possibly Torii Hunter. ToriiHunter? For 2016? Hold on. We'll come back around to this again. This is the kind of thread that wi...
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Joba Chamberlain, Tom Gorzelanny DFAed

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 11:33 PM
Just saw this on ESPN. If they failed in Detroit, they probably will have a hard time finding work, but given the Twins BP, maybe one or...
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Blogger Rhythm: On Ex-Twins and Fast Movers

Attached Image: Hawkins_Latroy_600_321.jpg A few of our members have been writing about potential future Twins, but concentrating on groups of players that could not be more different.

Cody Christie has taken a look at ex-Twins that are available as free agents this offseason. He started by taking a look at hitters, from Henry Blanco to Torii Hunter, but couldn’t find much of a fit. Then he dove into the free agent market for pitchers, which include some obvious names (Scott Baker) but stretch back to a 40-year-old that debuted with the Twins when he was just 22.

Meanwhile, mnfanforlife reviewed the (so far) underrated career of Max Kepler, a German high schooler the Twins signed a few years ago. Then he summarized the seasons of five college relievers the Twins nabbed in the draft this year, several of whom Terry Ryan says will be looked at as starters soon. And since Ryan also hinted some could move up the ladder quickly, mnfanforlife speculates on each one’s arrival schedule.

Thanks Cody and MFFL, and thanks everyone for reading, writing, conversing in the forums and keeping the Twins Daily community active.
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