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Twins won't let Orioles talk to exec; front office changes could be looming

The Twins reportedly refused to give the Orioles permission to talk to Mike Radcliff about Baltimore's vacant general manager's post. A Maryland sports network says Radcliff, who's now Minnesota's vice-president of player personnel, could get a new title in a reorganization of the Twins' front office.
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The Twins reportedly refused to give the Orioles permission to talk to Mike Radcliff about Baltimore's vacant general manager's post. A Maryland sports network says Radcliff, who's now Minnesota's vice-president of player personnel, could get a new title in a reorganization of the Twins' front office.

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