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Predict your 2015 Twins All-star(s)

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:53 AM
Who do you think will make an all star appearance for the Twins in 2015? My first thought actually was Arcia breaking out and beating a w...
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Arcia as breakout hitter & Gibson as breakout pitcher

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:53 AM
ESPN has a blog about breakout hitters for 2015 and Arcia is listed as #5 - Gibson is listed as #9 for breakout pitchers. I can't say tha...
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Does everyone think the Twins are going about this right?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 10:32 AM
This is going to be a long diatribe about what, in my opionion is the best way to re-build (in this day and age of Major League Baseball)...
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Article: Stauffer Signing Slightly Improves Staff

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 09:45 AM
The Twins' signing of veteran right-hander Tim Stauffer slipped under the radar to a large degree as a fairly minor acquisition that fell...
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Twins Hire Cuellar, Brunansky, Steinbach; Set Coaching Roles

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The Twins set their coaching staff today, adding Bobby Cuellar, Tom Brunansky and Terry Steinbach to the coaching staff and clarifying the roles of Scott Ullger, Joe Vavra and Rick Anderson.

Rick Anderson will keep his role as pitching coach, and holdovers Joe Vavra and Scott Ullger will take over third and first base, respectively. Newcomers Cuellar and Bruansky, both of whom coached in AAA-Rochester last year, will become the new bullpen coach and hitting coach. Finally, Steinbach, whose inclusion was not previously rumored, will be the bench coach and work with catchers.

Manager Ron Gardenhire will continue to be the manager of the Twins, though his contract with the organization expires at the end of this year.


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