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  1. Please Joel, don't retire. You may end up like me

    Originally posted at my blog:
    On Saturday, new Twins relief pitcher Joel Zumaya tore his UCL after throwing just 13 pitches to live batters. A torn UCL requires Tommy John surgery. Given his injury history and the fact that he hasn't pitched in a major league game since 2010 has Zumaya
    thinking of retiring.



    Zumaya was a sensation as a rookie in 2006. He went 6-3 with a 1.94 ERA and struck out 97 in 83.1 innings for Detroit. He threw 103 miles an hour. He was going to be a star......
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  2. 2012 Minnesota Twins Prospects 25-21

    Also posted at www.ontheroadwithshawn.blogspot.com


    As spring training rolls along, I have been counting down their top 50 prospects. Already looked at 50-46, 45-41, 40-36, 35-31 & 30-26.

    25. Tyler Robertson Left-Handed Reliever 12/23/1987.
    Robertson was drafted by the Twins in the 3rd round of the 2006 draft out of Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, California. He went 10-3 with 16 saves and a 3.61 ERA in 55 appearances for AA New Britain. He struck
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  3. Twins 2012 prospects 30-26

    Originally posted at my blog, but I figured i'd try this new format. Congrats on the site guys and good luck!

    The Twins pitchers and catchers reported yesterday, which also happened to be my second wedding anniversary. Perhaps you remember the marriage post? I set it up right. Two of my favorite days each year are occasionally going to be on the same day.



    Anyway, as the Twins players start to filter down to Fort Myers, let's look at 5 more guys that may be a part ...
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