MINNEAPOLIS Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan has a list of things he's looking forward to watching unfold this spring.
The competition for the Twins' starting center fielder. How the middle infield will shake out. How the new pitchers adjust to life in the American League.
All of those questions will be answered in a matter of weeks when Ryan and the Twins head to Fort Myers, Fla., for spring training. While down there, Ryan and manager Ron Gardenhire will have plenty of questions to answer and plenty of things to address with Minnesota's roster. After all, the Twins are coming off their second straight 90-loss season.
As for the roster, Ryan seems content with the group of players heading to camp, but left the door open for possibly adding another face before camp starts next month.
"We still could do some things here with this team. There are some opportunities out there, and we're still certainly looking at some of those opportunities. Whether or not we get something d...