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  1. Zumaya already injures elbow?

    Read the original post at http://twinsfocus.areavoices.com
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    Earlier today, newly acquired relieverJoel Zumaya was throwing batting practice to Twins hitters. Members of the media seemed to be impressed saying he was “throwing quite hard”.

    Not long after that a flood of tweets came in saying Zumaya cut the session short and walked off the field with Twins head trainer Rick McWane. Neither Zumaya or the ...
  2. Twins Pitchers and Catchers report today!

    Baseball season is finally here, Pitchers and Catchers officially report to Spring Training today. Following a disastrous 63-99 season, the Twins have invited 66 players to camp this year and the roster will work it’s way down to 25 by the end, It’s a good move by the Twins, creating some competition for everyone and showing that they are ready to put 2011 behind them.

    Updated 02-18-2012 at 01:21 PM by Chad Jacobsen

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  3. Twins Focus 2012 Predictions

    Seth Stohs of the Twins Centric group and SethSpeaks.net recently posted his 2012 Minnesota Twins predictions. You can view them by clicking here.
    I figured I would go ahead and post my 2012 Twins predictions as we are now less than 2 weeks away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training in Fort Myers, FL. Here they are:

    1.) Twins Hitter of the Year 2012
    Joe Mauer. I look for Mauer to come back with a fury this year. By all accounts he is in great shape ...
  4. Will Valencia improve in 2012?

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    After former Twins third baseman Corey Koskie left before the 2005 season, the Twins had trouble finding a suitable replacement for years. They trotted out such names as Tony Batista, Mike Lamb, Joe Crede, Matt Tolbert and Nick Punto to name a few. Then came the 2010 season when Twins prospect Danny Valencia finally broke into the big leagues.

    Valencia impressed during his time with the Twins (85 games played). He hit .311/.351/.448 with 7 homeruns ...

    Updated 02-06-2012 at 11:22 PM by Nick Nelson (Fixing image)

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