The Minnesota Twins figure to be quite busy in the coming months. á The primary focus of this offseason will be inking the clubÆs franchise playerùand future American League MVPùJoe Mauer to a long-term deal. á Additionally, the front office will be looking to improve the infield and bolster the rotation for the inaugural season at Target Field. á It is the final objective, improving the rotation, which could prove to be the most daunting. á This yearÆs crop of free agent pitchers offers only a handful of difference-makers, most of whom will draw interestùand large paydaysùfrom big-market clubs with deep pockets. á There is, however, one free agent who could improve MinnesotaÆs rotation immediately. á HereÆs the kicker: HeÆs not a pitcher. Oh yeah, and heÆs 61 years old. á ...
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