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Twins want Scott Baker back in 2013

When asked about what the Twins' plans are for Scott Baker this offseason, general manager Terry Ryan said, "We'd like to keep him." Baker will become a free agent unless the Twins pick up a $9 million club option on him, which is unlikely to happen.
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