Twins interested in Doumit, Willingham?

The Star Tribune reports the Twins have made contact with the agent of free-agents Ryan Doumit and Josh Willingham. Doumit hit .303 in 77 games with the Pirates last year. Willingham belted 29 home runs and finished with 98 RBI for Oakland.
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The Star Tribune reports the Twins have made contact with the agent of free-agents Ryan Doumit and Josh Willingham. Doumit hit .303 in 77 games with the Pirates last year. Willingham belted 29 home runs and finished with 98 RBI for Oakland.

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