Minnesota Twins: A look around Twins Territory; Pohlad discusses 2017 Twins and offseason

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The Minnesota Twins have some great writers and bloggers covering them. “A look around Twins Territory” is an attempt to collect those in one place for Puckett’s Pond readers.

One of the greatest things about writing about the Minnesota Twins at Puckett’s Pond is that we are no different than most of you reading us. We are fans. And like you, we are reading all the other great content that is being written about our favorite team the Twins.

Below is a collection of some of the most recent pieces being written around Twins Territory. Enjoy!

Mike Beradino at the Pioneer Press was able to hear from owner Jim Pohlad about some of his thoughts on the 2017 Twins and the offseason ahead. One of the more interesting pieces is to know that even after mixed results with big contracts to starting pitchers Ricky Nolasco, Phil Hughes, and Ervin Santana Pohlad isn’t against allowing the current front office to be spenders in the starting pitcher market this offseason.

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Beradino at the Pioneer Press also gives us some insights into the pitching coach who will replace Niel Allen after he was let go. This is a good look at what has been and what should be expected going forward from this important position on the coaching staff.

Seth Stohs takes a look at the Twins second basemen Brian Dozier, who has been the center of trade rumors for the past couple years. He explores a different direction and discusses the possibility of a Dozier extension.

The offseason is here and so is speculation and suggestions of moves to improve the Twins roster. Ted Schwerzler offers up the possibility of adding free agent starter Lance Lynn to the teams starting rotation.

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Keith Law (Insider required) gives some insight on Twins first-rounder Tyler Jay and his recovery from thoracic outlet syndrome surgery.

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