Star Tribune blogger Michael Rand examines the Twins opening day roster. Bottom line? There's a reason the club is 14 games under .500 on May 10.
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Two years, and a sea of changes. That's the bottom line for the Minnesota Twins as they head into the 2012 season. How many of the starting nine position players remain from Opening Day 2010? Click on the headline above for the answer.
Pioneer Press columnist Tom Powers writes that the Twins' 10-9 victory over the L.A. Angels yesterday might have had a different outcome had it been played in 2011.
The 2012 Minnesota Twins roster probably won't resemble the 2011 roster very much. Michael Cuddyer and Jason Kubel will be free-agents while Matt Capps and Joe Nathan could also end up elsewhere. Those are some of the names on a roster full of question marks.
TwinsGeek.com blogger John Bonnes admits it's all about wins. That's the primary storyline of 2012, as it is every year. But there are five other developments Twins fans should examine that may impact the team the rest of the decade.
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