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The Minnesota Twins are coming off a poor season and unfortunately don't have much hope of any real improvement in 2014.
This is clearly a team in the midst of a rebuilding phase, which is one of the reasons that manager Ron Gardenhire still has a job. It's certainly not Gardenhire's fault that he has been handed a team that really lacks in the talent department.
One area that remains plenty talented is the catcher position. Joe Mauer had a fine 2013 season and is one of the few reasons that this team is worth watching. He isn't getting any younger, so you have to wonder if the Twins might look to trade him some point despite the fact he is a fan favorite as a Minnesota native.
Minnesota did sign pitcher Ricky Nolasco to a big deal in the offseason, a surprising and and confusing decision for a small-market team nowhere near playoff contention.
It's going to be another long season for the Twins, who return a team that is not all that different from last year. The good news is that the Twins have a strong farm system and some talented players are on their way.
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