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The Minnesota Twins were an after-thought last year and don't have too much to be excited about going into the 2015 season.
The team fired long-time manager Ron Gardenhire at the end of the season for some unknown reason. I guess they needed a scapegoat for a team that lacks the talent to compete for a playoff spot, which would seem to be the responsibility of the front office, not the manager.
Pretty much the only bright spot on this club is Phil Hughes, who signed an extension to remain with the Twins after a tremendous 2014 season. Hughes may have finally realized all that potential that made him so highly touted while in the Yankees organization.
The Twins tried to bolster their starting rotation by signing Ervin Santana, and they do have a quality closer in Glen Perkins.
Joe Mauer remains the biggest offensive star, but his numbers are hardly impressive for such a prominent player. Brian Dozier had a breakthrough season, and it will be interesting to see whether or not he can repeat it.
The Twins are once again going to be lucky just to stay out of the cellar in the AL Central. A team that was a legitimate playoff contender during Mauer's early playing days is now just irrelevant.
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