Twins GM: No player is off limits

Twins GM Terry Ryan tells the Pioneer Press that contrary to popular belief, the Twins offense isn’t very good. He says averaging 4 runs a game "is not enough in the American League, by any stretch." With the trade deadline fast approaching, Ryan says no player is off limits.
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