Twins add Brunansky, Steinbach, Cuellar to coaching staff

The Twins filled their coaching vacancies today, naming Terry Steinbach, Tom Brunansky and Bobby Cuellar to Ron Gardenhire's big league staff. Both Steinbach and Brunansky are former Twins.
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The Twins filled their coaching vacancies today, naming Terry Steinbach, Tom Brunansky and Bobby Cuellar to Ron Gardenhire's big league staff. Both Steinbach and Brunansky are former Twins.

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