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Could the Twins sign Buehrle or Reyes?

MLB's hot stove season is underway and Twins fans are hoping Bill Smith and company can lure in a big time free agent. The team needs a reliable No. 1 starter, and Mark Buehrle might be their match. If the team wants to go big they could attempt to sign shortstop Jose Reyes.
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MLB's hot stove season is underway and Twins fans are hoping Bill Smith and company can lure in a big time free agent. The team needs a reliable No. 1 starter, and Mark Buehrle might be their match. If the team wants to go big they could attempt to sign shortstop Jose Reyes.

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