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Delmon Young, the Twins 2012 hopes, injuries, Jason Kubel, Joe Nathan and Matt Capps are among the topics of discussion in this edition of the Inbox.
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The Twins will likely pursue starting pitching, relief pitching, a backup catcher and middle infield help this offseason after finishing with the worst record in the American League. Here are some notes on the club's offseason plans...
La Velle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune hears from people in the Twins’ front office that the club recently examined the free...
<span style="font-family: "Arial","sans-serif";">In his
conference call to the season ticket holders, Twins general manager Bill Smith
made no promises for last <span style="font-family: "Arial","sans-serif";">offseason’s marquee signing, Tsuyoshi
Nishioka<span style="font-family: "Arial"...
In part two of this off-season series, VFTB takes a look at the versatile Michael Cuddyer. Is he a fit for the 2012 Cubs?
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Michael Cuddyer says he's pulling for St. Louis to beat Texas in the World Series, simply because one of his favorite former teammates -- Nick Punto -- plays for the Cardinals.
The Twins still have some 40 man roster decisions that need to be made over the next month.
The Twins front office wrapped up a long session in Fort Myers, Fla. where it watched prospects and discussed ways to improve the team
The Twins aren't playing, but that doesn't mean we stop thinking about them.