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Twins sign catcher Doumit for $3 million

The Twins reached a one-year, $3 million deal with Ryan Doumit. He'll DH and backup Joe Mauer at catcher as well as play in the outfield. He hit over .300 before his season was cut short after 77-games last year.
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The Twins reached a one-year, $3 million deal with Ryan Doumit. He'll DH and backup Joe Mauer at catcher as well as play in the outfield. He hit over .300 before his season was cut short after 77-games last year.

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