Minnesota Twins Web Gems: Books, Cards and Moves

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Welcome to February and welcome to just days away from the beginning of Spring Training! It’s really just around the corner. Reusse is in Fort Myers tweeting out pictures around the facility which makes me want to take a shovel to all of the snow outside my window. Damn little white aliens.

Let’s take around the league with the headlines around the Fansided Network with the Minnesota Twins Web gems! Wooooohooooo!

  • A thing I didn’t realize was happening kind of made my day yesterday and that is the fact that Mike Matheny, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, has written a book. Redbird Rants has a review of the book.
  • Also making noise in St. Louis yesterday, the Cards have acquired

    Michael Ohlman

    from the Baltimore Orioles.

    Redbird Rants fills you in on the move

    .

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  • MORE NL CENTRAL AND BALTIMORE ORIOLE MOVES ! The Pittsburgh Pirates have traded for Steve Lombardozzi who is coming from the O’s. Rum Bunter wants to tell you more.
  • Bending the rules and breaking the law… MLB has overturned some rules about Cuban players and that means that Yoan Moncada is now a free agent and can sign with anyone. BoSox Injection fills you up with more.
  • Frank Viola, a name you can trust, is praising one of his pitchers in the New York Mets organization. He is praising Steven Matz and Rising Apple will tell you all about it!
  • Serious note: Indians pitcher Danny Salazar is under investigation for possible sexual assault. Wahoo’s On First has more on the issue.
  • The Brewers have a shiny new first baseman in Adam Lind and Reviewing The Brew looks at what he could bring to Milwaukee.
  • Sports On Earth has listed out who are MLB team’s biggest rivals, so you should check out who the Minnesota Twins’ biggest rivals are.
  • The new season of baseball cards are out and the Kennys Vargas card is awesome.

  • Ok, I’m done. Off to Target in search of that Vargas card. Enjoy your Wednesday.

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