Twins interested in Brandon Inge?

Brandon Inge was released by the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. The 34 year old utility player is someone the Twins will, at the very least, have a discussion about, according to the Star Tribune. He's best known for playing third base, and can catch if needed, too.
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Brandon Inge was released by the Detroit Tigers on Thursday. The 34 year old utility player is someone the Twins will, at the very least, have a discussion about, according to the Star Tribune. He's best known for playing third base, and can catch if needed, too.

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