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Boston Red Sox
The Minnesota Twins continue to seek outfielders after trading away Denard Span and Ben Revere.
Minnesota’s latest targets in the outfield consists of the trio of Scott Podsednik, Ryan Sweeney and Brent Lillibridge. All three spent time with Boston last season with Podsednik having the most success.
Currently the Twins have a projected outfield of Josh Willingham, Darin Mastroianni and Chris Parmelee.
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At the end of last May, Phil Dumatrait announced his retirement from professional baseball. It was an announcement that went largely unnoticed — note the three retweets — and that makes sense, because Dumatrait hadn’t pitched in 2012, and for his career he threw just 151 major-league innings over parts of four seasons. Many of them were not good innings, and while there are...
The Minnesota Twins have been looking into the possibility of
signing an extra outfielder – they’ve talked to Scott Podsednik and Ryan
Sweeney – while they’ve also talked about adding a utility infielder such as
Brent Lillibridge or Yuniesky Betancourt, reports Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN.
The Twins have had brief talks with free agent outfielder
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