Found January 21, 2012 on Star Tribune:
Drugs and alcohol short-circuited Sean Burroughs' career. Now sober, he has signed on with the Twins.

Why 2012 Is An Important Year For the Twins (Part One)

The Twins were one of baseball’s biggest disappointments in 2011. After winning the American League Central division in back to back seasons, the Twins lost 99 games last year and were irrelevant for the majority of the season. Several key players had extensive stints on the disabled list and many players who were healthy were extreme disappointments. The Twins farm system is...

Joe Mauer Player Projection No. 83

Key Stats: A few years ago, Joe Mauer could have been considered a teriffic find at pick number 83, but now it's essentially where he belongs. That doesn't mean he can't outperform this ranking by a few spots. He had a very rough 2011, but was ranked in the top 83 in four out of five seasons before that and got as high as 12th overall in his pre-contract season in 2009...

Pressing Questions: The Minnesota Twins

John Sorbi, an old buddy of mine, visited a number of baseball stadiums during a cross-country jaunt in the summer of 1995. He was still jaded by the strike in those days, but he didn't let that get in the way of exploring baseball history. When Jonas walked into Tiger Stadium on a summer day in '95, he carried a simple sign to get his point across: Just Here for the Park...

Pebble Hunting: Born to Be Twins by Sam Miller

Last week, the Twins signed Brad Thompson to a minor-league contract. Two weeks earlier, Jason Marquis signed a major-league contract with the Twins. Jason Marquis pitches to contact, gets ground balls, strikes out few. Brad Thompson pitches to contact, gets ground balls, strikes out few. Some people are stars long before they get famous, and some people are artists long before...

Justin Morneau: On balance, he's better

After another concussion halted his 2011 season, Justin Morneau has been diligent about getting himself 100 percent healthy for 2012.
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