Twins sign Glen Perkins to 3-year extension

The Twins say they’ve signed reliever Glen Perkins to a three-year contract extension. It’s a $10.3 million dollar deal, good through the 2015 season. General Manager Terry Ryan calls Perkins a “reliable” reliever, especially in the setup role.
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The Twins say they’ve signed reliever Glen Perkins to a three-year contract extension. It’s a $10.3 million dollar deal, good through the 2015 season. General Manager Terry Ryan calls Perkins a “reliable” reliever, especially in the setup role.

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