Twins: With high walk numbers, is Samuel Deduno's success sustainable?

Since making his debut with the Twins in early July, only Jonathan Sanchez of the Rockies has walked more hitters per nine innings than Samuel Deduno. But unlike Sanchez, Deduno is having success -- and a lot of it. Pitching coach Rick Anderson explains how Deduno has pitched around all the walks.
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