John Bonnes Administrator Posted February 17 Share Posted February 17 FORT MYERS - Tyler Mahle's shoulder mystery is still unsolved, but he has some theories on what happened. Image courtesy of © Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports We're trying something new for Twins Daily's Caretakers: a 25-minute audio report from John Bonnes on what he's seeing and hearing from players, coaches, and management inside Hammond Stadium. Today's report includes: Tyler Mahle discussed the shoulder fatigue that impacted his season, when it has happened before, and offseason adjustments that he made to return to top form. Why you should quit holding your breath for additional bullpen help. Joe Pohlad's interview with The Athletic's Dan Hayes, and why you should make sure you read to the end. Which pitchers we might see in the swing role for the MLB club, and who they'll keep as starters. Blayne Enlow discusses his struggles last year, and what he expects this year. If you're a Caretaker, click here for your exclusive content! And if you're not, maybe consider becoming a Caaretaker? You likely visit regularly, and that's going to become even more likely as the season gears up. Supporting something you value feels good, especially when it's been here feeding your baseball habit for over 10 years for free, right? We're in spring training reporting because we love this stuff, and we want to share it as much as we can, so you can find lot of free content from Fort Myers other places on the site. But unfortunately, spring training is expensive, and that's especially true this year after Hurricane Ian damaged a lot of the lodging options. Plus, there are lot of other benefits, like a free Winter Meltdown ticket and early access for guest, special callouts on the site, and lots more inside or in-depth content like this. So please consider joining our little club. The money is going to a site you love, to support coverage you love, and writers you value. Thank you so much. Join Here to support Twins Daily and get your exclusive content! View full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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