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  1. Health Permitting, Pelfrey Could Deliver

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Size:  18.8 KBTerry Ryan hasn't exactly sugarcoated his approach to repairing the Twins' woeful pitching staff this offseason. It's about quantity, not quality.

    "We've got numbers," the general manager said last week. "It's just a matter of who is going to emerge. Some guys will be injured. Some will fall by the wayside. Some won't be ready. But we have to have numbers."

    Ryan is apparently poised to increase that number again, with reports arising over the ...
  2. Future is bright

    Two young live arms are now part of the Twins. The M & M boys part 2. May and Meyers in 2015. Hicks in 2013 and Buxton on the fast track in 2014 along with Sano. T Ryan should keep looking for stop gap solutions at team friendly terms until the young guns arrive. Diamond, Pelfrey, Worley, Correia, Gibson and whomever else Ryan picks up along the way. When Morneau is gone then we have money to look for bigger and better arms for today. Keep the faith.
  3. Accumulate arms and see what sticks

    Last time I checked the Twins were a small market team. Edwin Jackson and Marcum are risks in their own right but would demand larger contracts than Pelfrey and Correia. Pelfrey has pitched around 200 innings 4 years in a row until he got hurt. Correia has something to prove after being banished to the pen. Worley will be a starter for years to come. He is a bulldoh and Gibson 's time is now. Just like throwing crap against the wall T Ryan will accumulate arms and some will stick. My guess. He isn't ...
  4. Report: Twins to sign RHP Mike Pelfrey

    CBS Sports's Jon Heyman is reporting that the Twins have agreed to terms with RHP Mike Pelfrey. The 28-year-old pitcher made three starts in 2012 for the New York Mets before undergoing season-ending Tommy John surgery. The deal is reportedly for one year at $4 million with incentives up to $1.5 million more.

    Pelfrey was the Mets first-round pick in 2005 out of Wichita State. He debuts with the team in 2006. He has made 149 starts (and four relief appearances) for the Mets in his career. ...
  5. Talk to Contact, EP 17: Riding Edgar Martinez

    Episode 17 of the Twins baseball podcast, Talk To Contact (@TalkToContact), is now available for download via iTunes or by clicking here.

    Once again the Twins’ twins get together to talk Twins baseball. This week Eric and Paul discuss the Kevin Correia signing (yuck), a look at the 2013 starting pitching rotation and the outfield and the quick escalation of MLB player salaries.
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