TwinsGeek: 2012 team looks like .500 squad

Twins geek John Bonnes goes through the Twins' current lineup and figures they're much better than a 99-loss team. But not much better.
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Twins geek John Bonnes goes through the Twins' current lineup and figures they're much better than a 99-loss team. But not much better.

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