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Cuddyer named most valuable Twin for 2011

As expected, the versatile Michael Cuddyer was voted the Twins' MVP for 2011 as the club announced their annual Diamond Award winners today. Glen Perkins was voted pitcher of the year.
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As expected, the versatile Michael Cuddyer was voted the Twins' MVP for 2011 as the club announced their annual Diamond Award winners today. Glen Perkins was voted pitcher of the year.

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