Found November 09, 2012 on Off Base Percentage:
The Star Tribune posted a list, that was originally broadcasted by KFTP's Darren Wolfson, listing pitchers that are on the Minnesota Twins free agent wish list this winter. And I, your humble author, am going to safely assume that these pitchers put the Twins somewhere between the Royals and Astros on their list of hopeful destinations. Other than the five indoor water parks, the Mall of America and the "too happy for their own good" Canadian outcasts, I don't see many reasons why a player would sign with a team that can't get itself out of the AL Central's basement. If you chose to not click the link, the list is as follows: Anibal Sanchez, Ryan Dempster, Brandon McCarthy, Brett Myers and Brandon Webb. First, Brandon Webb. Yes, that Brandon Webb. Are we really still talking about Webb making a comeback? He hasn't pitched a meaningful game since 2009 and has had two, count em, two rotator cuff surgeries in that time. He's minor league depth at this ...
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