Twins cut 9, including pitcher Scott Diamond

The Twins made a few cuts this morning in Fort Myers. Nine players are gone from the major league roster, including pitchers Lester Oliveros and Scott Diamond. The Twins have 57 players left in camp -- 27 are pitchers.
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The Twins made a few cuts this morning in Fort Myers. Nine players are gone from the major league roster, including pitchers Lester Oliveros and Scott Diamond. The Twins have 57 players left in camp -- 27 are pitchers.

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