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Tom Powers: Minnesota Twins should revert to their thrifty ways

Tom Powers says the Twins need to revert to their old ways and spend less money. He says it's time to swap veteran players for legitimate prospects. It's called the Twins way ... a way that Powers believes needs to return.
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Tom Powers says the Twins need to revert to their old ways and spend less money. He says it's time to swap veteran players for legitimate prospects. It's called the Twins way ... a way that Powers believes needs to return.

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