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After more than a decade, Cuddy says goodbye to Twins

Fan favorite Michael Cuddyer is on his way to Denver. The deal is reportedly worth more than $30 million. The move comes after the Twins acquired Josh Willingham for $21 million.
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Fan favorite Michael Cuddyer is on his way to Denver. The deal is reportedly worth more than $30 million. The move comes after the Twins acquired Josh Willingham for $21 million.

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