Cuddyer's wife has twins, Twins hoping for Cuddyer's decision soon

There was plenty of news about Michael Cuddyer on Tuesday. His wife gave birth to twin girls and he reportedly received a three year, $25-million offer from the Twins. Minnesota is hoping Cuddyer makes a decision to stay or go, sooner than later.
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There was plenty of news about Michael Cuddyer on Tuesday. His wife gave birth to twin girls and he reportedly received a three year, $25-million offer from the Twins. Minnesota is hoping Cuddyer makes a decision to stay or go, sooner than later.

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