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BP article on the Twins

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:08 PM
Pretty interesting write up at BP. Basically reaffirms that Ryan is doing what he's already done - build up through player development....
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Winter Decisions: The Outfield

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:55 PM
There is no dispute that the Twins need d to address the outfield this winter. Willingham was gone. Santana was moving to shortstop. Only...
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Hicks cut

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:48 PM
http://www.startribu.../297878831.html   Hicks optioned to CF along with Rosario.Schafer and Robinson will hold down CF for now.May...
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Article: MLB Has No Plans For Killing The Shift

Other Baseball Today, 09:07 PM
On Thursday against the Red Sox, Minnesota Twins’ third baseman Trevor Plouffe was station on the right side of second base. This is cert...
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Article: Phil Hughes Ready For Regular Season

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 08:19 PM
On the back fields of the Twins’ spring training complex, a relay throw away from the sparkling new minor league facility, starter Phil H...
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The Twins Bullpen

The Twins have about 30 pitchers coming to spring training this year. Some Twins fans are upset that the Twins haven't signed the likes of Dan Wheeler or Brad Lidge when they signed for low-price deals. There are still some bullpen arms available (Coffey, Wuertz ,etc.), but the question is Would you rather sign one of those guys, or give opportunities to the guys they already have? Is it possible that the Twins scouting department has determined that Todd Coffey will not be able to get hitters out as well as Alex Burnett or Lester Oliveros, Jeff Manship or Jason Bulger? if that's the case, then there is no reason to bring additional pitchers in. What say you?
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