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Reusse Blog about Maddon and good pitching and Gardenhire...

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:09 PM
In light of Parker Hageman's tweet about the Twins having One pitcher that had pitched a pitch clocked at over 97 miles and hou...
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Send Alex Gordon

More Baseball Today, 01:07 PM
Oh what could have been.  Gordon bearing down on Buster Posey, the poster child for the new home plate rule. Does the lane Posey had...
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Berardino: "No contact" between Twins & Maddon

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:04 PM
Via Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press:   According to a person with direct knowledge, there has been “zero contact” between the T...
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Article: VIDEO: Dave St. Peter Answers Your Questions

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 01:04 PM
Last week, we asked you to submit questions for Minnesota Twins President Dave St. Peter. Watch him answer those in the video below.For m...
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Article: Twins Organizational Depth Chart: Catchers

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 12:43 PM
In the last couple of weeks, we went around the infield looking at the Twins organizational depth. Today, we’ll take a look at the catche...
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Twins Promote Eduardo Escobar and Luis Perdomo as September Callups

Attached Image: Dozier Field.jpg Per a tweet by Pioneer Press beat reporter John Shipley, the Twins are only calling up two players as September callups. Eduardo Escobar, a middle-infielder acquired when the Twins traded Francisco Liriano, and Luis Perdomo, a right-handed reliever who pitched for the Twins earlier this year, will join the Twins tomorrow.

This means that shortstop Brian Dozier, who spent most of the year with the Twins, and reliever Anthony Slama, who gave up just four earned runs in Rochester this year, will not be joining the Twins. It also means two top prospects from New Britain (AA), Aaron Hicks and Oswaldo Arcia, will also not be on the team. It also means the Twins have three open spots on their 40-man roster.


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