I know not everyone is thrilled with some of the moves made so far, but I seem to recall that the last few years, a lot of people bitched because the Twins weren't willing to do much in FA, didn't make many in-season moves, and trotted the same guys out even if they were struggling.
Let's recap what's happened just since the season started 20 days ago:
Brought Hendricks and Swarzak into the rotation (instead of making Duensing a spot starter AGAIN)
Let it be known that Liriano is skipping a start so he can get his head screwed on right
Given Plouffe another chance to make it as an infielder (while simultaneously reminding Casilla he could lose his starting job AGAIN)
Claimed Clete Thomas
DFA'ed Luke Hughes (while I'm not thrilled with this move, it did show they are willing to send away a guy who isn't having the immediate impact they want)
Sent Revere to AAA so he could play every day
Gave Parmelee starts at 1b, RF, and LF
Kept Mauer in EVERY game
Let The Hammer break up the M&M boys.
Wether you agree with all the moves and lineup choices they made or not, you've got to admit that they do seem more willing to do things this year that they really haven't in past years. We might have a very different 25-man roster by August 1, but unlike last year, I think it will be far more deliberate and intentional, rather than just plugging the injury-caused holes with unfinished prospects and AAAA players.