Big roster announcements prompt a debate about the Twins making decisions based on spring training performances. Here are:
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I was a little behind in my G and the G listening. I generally often agree with Aaron, but his obsession with "five innings" (for Doyle) and "nine innings" (last year for Hughes), etc. etc. ignores the fact that spring training is not merely about the actual games played (you made this point to him, but it was ignored immediately) but about practice, practice, practice. Maybe Doyle also didn't do well in bullpen sessions and whatnot. Who knows.