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The Twins have already been aggressive in free agency, signing shortstop Jamey Carroll and catcher Ryan Doumit to fill two of the club's biggest needs, but there is more to be done as the Winter Meetings loom.
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MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, Minn. The Minnesota Twins have announced that fans can vote for the 2012 Twins Hall of Fame class by visiting www.twinsbaseball.comhof.
Established in 2000, the Twins Hall of Fame annually recognizes uniform personnel who have made significant contributions to the franchise and game of baseball across the Upper Midwest. The 2012 Twins Hall of Fame ballot...
Jim Hoey pitches in relief for the Minnesota Twins. Twice in his career he missed significant time due to surgery to repair injuries. Early on he underwent the Tommy John procedure, and more recently arthroscopic shoulder surgery. Between the shoulder surgery and control problems, he did not play in the majors between 2007 and 2010 inclusive.
Before his shoulder went out, Hoey...
Dodgers are expected to sign Adam Kennedy (Dylan Hernandez, LA Times)
No more Jamey Carroll or Aaron Miles? No problem. Let's get ready to welcome our new MSB.
Well we know that Jamey Carroll has moved on to be the starting shortstop for the Twins in 2012. Rod Barajas has moved on as well, as he signed to be the starting battery-mate for the Pirates. Looks like next in line for the mass exodus of Chavez Ravine is non other than the once dominant closer Jonathan Broxton. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick was tweeting earlier this afternoon...
With Joe Nathan now on the Rangers, who will be the club's closer? What does Ryan Doumit's signing mean for Drew Butera? Beat reporter Rhett Bollinger answers these and other questions from Twins fans.