Twins not deflated despite the losses of Hunter and Santana
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- This past offseason might not be the worst in the history of the Minnesota Twins -- that would have been following the 2001 season, when contraction threatened the very existence of the franchise -- but it probably qualifies as a close second.
In the span of less than two months, the Twins lost arguably their best player and inarguably their best leader when Torii Hunter bolted via free agency and signed with the Los Angeles Angels. Later, the team dealt Johan ...
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