Twins blogger Nick Nelson argues Minnesota didn't give infielder Sean Burroughs a fair shake this year. Burroughs was let go Tuesday in favor of backup catcher Drew Butera.
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Drew Butera was called up from Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday. He'll backup Ryan Doumit at catcher. Joe Mauer is back in the Twins' lineup as the DH, but he's still sore after taking a foul tip to his left knee on Sunday. To make room on the roster for Butera, the Twins designated Sean Burroughs for assignment.
Star Tribune columnist Patrick Reusse writes that drugs and alcohol short-circuited Sean Burroughs' career. Now sober, he's getting another shot with the Minnesota Twins.
Newcomers Josh Willingham and Sean Burroughs arrived at Twins' Spring Training on Wednesday. The only players left to report are Justin Morneau and Oswaldo Arcia. Thursday is the official check in date for position players. As for Burroughs, he'll be playing some first, second and third base during camp.
Several current and former Twins took time to thank veterans by visiting the VA Hospital in Minneapolis Tuesday. Manager Ron Gardenhire, catcher Drew Butera, pitcher P.J. Walters and former players Kent Hrbek and Tim Laudner signed autographs and chatted with the military veterans.
When the Twins open the season tomorrow in Baltimore, there will be plenty of obvious storylines to follow: Morneau’s health, the revamped bullpen -- and so on. But Twins blogger Parker Hagerman has a list of five not-so-obvious things to follow. Our favorite is "Alexi Casilla's left-side leg kick."
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