Pohlad: 'It's time to build'

Pioneer Press reporter John Shipley asked Twins Owner Jim Pohlad the question that has been on the mind of just about every Twins fan lately: "Is it time to rebuild the Twins?" Pohlad responded: "Well, it's time to build, for sure."
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Pioneer Press reporter John Shipley asked Twins Owner Jim Pohlad the question that has been on the mind of just about every Twins fan lately: "Is it time to rebuild the Twins?" Pohlad responded: "Well, it's time to build, for sure."

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