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OK GM's, your LF addition for 2015 is...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:21 AM
I think it's pretty obvious that LF is the one spot where we can make a nice to big impact for 2015's lineup with no blocking of imminent...
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Article: Wake Me Up When September Ends: Starting Rotation

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:17 AM
As the season starts to wind down, this is the first in a series of posts looking at different parts of the Twins roster . There have bee...
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Article: Injuries Have Hurt Prospects' Development

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 10:17 AM
On Tuesday night, Cedar Rapids Kernels right-handed pitcher Kohl Stewart was removed from the game in the 2nd inning due to recurring sho...
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Article: Color Me, and Joe Mauer, Impressed

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 09:38 AM
I was able to be talked into taking a trip down to Cedar Rapids on Saturday to catch Joe Mauer playing with the Kernels. For this particu...
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Debating WAR

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:03 AM
I'd love to invite debate and explanation of WAR and it's impact and reality. I'm no expert on advanced metrics, and I admit this freely....
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Report: Dodgers tried to trade for Morneau last week

Attached Image: Morneau.jpg The Dodgers and the Red Sox have just completed a blockbuster of a trade in late August but it may not have even happened if Los Angeles was able to coerce their first choice – Justin Morneau – from the Minnesota Twins.

According to the Los Angeles Times’ Dylan Hernandez, the Dodgers, who were interested in Morneau at the non-waiver deadline in July, contact the Twins last week to see if a deal could be struck for the first baseman.
[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]Morneau, who is owed roughly $2.5 million for the remainder of the year and another $14 million in 2013, had a slow start to the season, bogged down by his surgically repaired wrist. However, in the season’s second-half, he has hit .310/.361/.493 in 155 plate appearances suggesting that he has healed well.

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