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Itís safe to say that the Minnesota Twins faithful have grown accustomed to the frustration that has surrounded the franchise since opening day of the 2011 season. Whether it was Joe Mauerís bilateral leg weakness, Justin Morneauís never ending concussion symptoms or the entire starting rotations lackluster beginning to the 2012 season, there has always been something for the fan base to shake their heads at.
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Drafted: 1st Round, 2nd pick
The Twins have always been infatuated with toolsy outfielders so it wasnít a surprise when they passed on several high end collegiate pitchers in order to grab Buxton with the 2nd overall pick. Even without that infatuation it would have been hard to pass up on a player that many consider to be
2012 has been a rough year for the Minnesota Twins starting rotation. Ineffectiveness and injuries have led to the worst ERA in the American League and with Nick Blackburn pitching every five games thatís likely not going to change.
With the trade deadline nearing and the likelihood that the Twins will swap major leaguers for prospects, itís time to take a look at what the Twins have in their farm system.
Most of these pitchers will not be ready for 2012 or even 2013
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The trading deadline is on the horizon, the time to buy or sell is near. Rumors are emerging from the mystical land of unnamed sources, mostly revolving around Justin Morneau and the Toronto Blue Jays, and they will only grow louder as the days pass by. Itís rather clear that the Twins will be sellers come July 31st but instead of focusing on the soon to be AAA Twins,
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The 2010 Minnesota Twins season will always be remembered for what it could have been rather than what it was. Dreams of grandeur floated around Target Field as the Twins ended the regular season with a 94-68 record and home field advantage against the New York Yankees in the ALDS.
Even the most pessimistic of fans, myself included, began to wonder if