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Twins' Revere increased his arm strength by throwing footballs

Ben Revere says throwing a football in long toss sessions has helped his arm strength a lot. Revere is considered a weak-armed outfielder, but even manager Ron Gardenhire says Revere's throwing has been getting better. The 23-year old speedster joked that he's hoping he has an arm like Ichiro Suzuki now.
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Ben Revere says throwing a football in long toss sessions has helped his arm strength a lot. Revere is considered a weak-armed outfielder, but even manager Ron Gardenhire says Revere's throwing has been getting better. The 23-year old speedster joked that he's hoping he has an arm like Ichiro Suzuki now.

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