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Cuddyer visits Philadelphia, meets with Phillies brass

Twins’ free agent outfielder Michael Cuddyer was reportedly in Philadelphia yesterday to meet with Phillies executives. The Phils have already signed slugger Jim Thome, who called Cuddyer one of the best teammates he’s ever had. If Philadelphia signs Cuddyer, they’ll have to give the Twins their first round draft pick.
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Twins’ free agent outfielder Michael Cuddyer was reportedly in Philadelphia yesterday to meet with Phillies executives. The Phils have already signed slugger Jim Thome, who called Cuddyer one of the best teammates he’s ever had. If Philadelphia signs Cuddyer, they’ll have to give the Twins their first round draft pick.

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