Hunter, Cuddyer admit Twins were intimidated by Yankees

If you haven't seen this story yet it's worth your time. Ex-Twins' outfielders Michael Cuddyer and Torii Hunter admitted to CBSSports.com that some of their former Twins teammates were intimidated by the Yankees in the playoffs. New York has beaten the Twins four times in the playoffs since 2003.
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If you haven't seen this story yet it's worth your time. Ex-Twins' outfielders Michael Cuddyer and Torii Hunter admitted to CBSSports.com that some of their former Twins teammates were intimidated by the Yankees in the playoffs. New York has beaten the Twins four times in the playoffs since 2003.

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