Why Keeping Joe Crede Is a Must For The Minnesota Twins

Posted: 24th October 2009 by Andrew Kneeland in MLB
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Despite playing just over half of the season, Joe Crede managed to be Minnesota's second most-valuable infielder. That's obviously not saying much—considering how Matt Tolbert and Alexi Casilla combined for 454 plate appearances this season—but for a guy who appeared to be his own voodoo doll, it's quite the accomplishment. Crede spent just under half the season on the disabled list. Recovery from back surgery, a strain in his lower back, a right shoulder irritation, a bruised left knee, an injured right hand, and a sore hamstring should all be flashing, neon signs to stay away from this injury-prone 31-year-old, right? Wrong. Like it or not, an injury-prone third baseman may be exactly what the Twins need in 2010. When healthy, Crede was exactly what Minnesota expected when t ...

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