Souhan: Twins should trade Pavano, Liriano, Capps, Span...

Just because the Twins are doing well lately, doesn't mean they shouldn't have a fire sale later this summer. Star Tribune writer Jim Souhan has a list of big names that should be shipped out.
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Just because the Twins are doing well lately, doesn't mean they shouldn't have a fire sale later this summer. Star Tribune writer Jim Souhan has a list of big names that should be shipped out.

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