Revere says he can steal 80-90 bases

Ben Revere set a Twins rookie record on Monday when he stole his 31st and 32nd bases of the season. Luis Rivas had held the record with 31 steals during his rookie season in 2001. Revere now says he is capable of stealing 80-90 bases over the course of a full season.
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Ben Revere set a Twins rookie record on Monday when he stole his 31st and 32nd bases of the season. Luis Rivas had held the record with 31 steals during his rookie season in 2001. Revere now says he is capable of stealing 80-90 bases over the course of a full season.

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