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Done deal: Twins sign Willingham

The Twins have announced they have come to terms with free agent outfielder Josh Wilingham. The deal is worth an estimated $21 million over three years.
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The Twins have announced they have come to terms with free agent outfielder Josh Wilingham. The deal is worth an estimated $21 million over three years.

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Report: Twins to sign Willingham

The Twins have reportedly reached an agreement with free-agent outfielder Josh Willingham. The Star Tribune says the deal is worth an estimated $21 million over three years. Members of the Twins organization have confirmed talks with Willingham's agents, but would not confirm a deal had been reached.

The Willingham, Cuddyer conundrum

Even with Josh Willingham agreeing to a three-year deal worth $21-million, the Twins are still in contract talks with free-agent outfielder Michael Cuddyer. Nobody knows if Cuddyer will re-sign with the Twins, and the addition of Willingham has created a puzzling story.

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