Lefebvre could be next voice of the Twins

Ryan Lefebvre could become the next radio voice of the Minnesota Twins. The former Golden Gophers baseball star has been the Kansas City Royals television announcer since 2008.
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Ryan Lefebvre could become the next radio voice of the Minnesota Twins. The former Golden Gophers baseball star has been the Kansas City Royals television announcer since 2008.

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