Midseason grades for inconsistent Twins

John Shipley of the Pioneer Press has watched the Twins closely this season, and he's handing out a midseason report card. 81 games in and he's giving the team an overall grade of C-.
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John Shipley of the Pioneer Press has watched the Twins closely this season, and he's handing out a midseason report card. 81 games in and he's giving the team an overall grade of C-.

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