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Twins to announce September call-ups Friday

The Twins are expected to announce the September call-ups on Friday. Teams are allowed to expand their active rosters from 25 to 40 players for the final month of the regular season. Double-A prospect and 2008 first-round pick Aaron Hicks, an outfielder, is expected to be one of the players called up.
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The Twins are expected to announce the September call-ups on Friday. Teams are allowed to expand their active rosters from 25 to 40 players for the final month of the regular season. Double-A prospect and 2008 first-round pick Aaron Hicks, an outfielder, is expected to be one of the players called up.

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