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Aaron Hicks, Minnesota Twins
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Twins Hammer Jays 14-5, Hicks Wins Center Field Job

Aaron Hicks left the Minnesota Twins with little to debate: He’s their starting center fielder and leadoff hitter. Hicks, who played at Double-A New Britain last year, went 4 for 4 and scored three runs in Sunday's 14-5 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Saturday Scoreboard

Saturday's results from high school, college and the pros

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Eduardo Escobar, Minnesota Twins
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Twins Top Price, Rays 6-4

Rays ace David Price gave up nine hits in five innings and the Minnesota Twins beat Tampa Bay 6-4 Saturday.

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Manager Ron Gardenhire #35 of the Minnesota Twins
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Minnesota Twins Ron Gardenhire, New York Yankees Joe Girardi on the Hot Seat in 2013

FORT MYERS, Fla. - The Minnesota Twins have had all of two managers over the last quarter-century, so it's a bit startling to see Ron Gardenhire beginning the last year of his contract, his job seemingly on the line.

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Justin Morneau #33 of the Minnesota Twins
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Minnesota Twins Justin Morneau Getting His Confidence Back

2013 is a big season for the former MVP, Justin Morneau. The first baseman/designated hitter is entering the final year of his contract with the Minnesota Twins.

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Should PED Users Be Voted into Cooperstown?

Wednesday, baseball elected no one to the Hall of Fame. The biggest question that was raised was should it let performance enhancing drug (PEDS) users be elected into the baseball Hall of Fame?

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Baseball fans have different opinions of who is and is not worthy of veing voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
Baseball fans have different opinions of who is and is not worthy of veing voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

No Hall of Fame Vote, Just An Opinion

We're hearing and reading a lot lately about the vote for the National Baseball Hall of Fame, who should be voted in and who doesn't deserve it.

Now, I have something of a leg to stand on here.

I'm a ten-year member of the Hall of Fame--no, not because of anything I ever (EVER!) did on the field

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Rangers Sign Pierzynski, Say He Will Start

The Texas Rangers have finalized a one-year deal with free agent catcher A.J. Pierzynski. Manager Ron Washington says Pierzynski will be the primary catcher, pushing Geovany Soto to the backup role after he re-signed as a free agent.

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Mike Pelfrey, Minnesota Twins
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Twins Agree To One-Year Deal With Pelfrey

Mike Pelfrey once was a promising prospect for the New York Mets. He's 28 years old now, coming off of Tommy John surgery and was sitting in the free agent bargain bin, which is where the Minnesota Twins have been shopping for starting pitchers all offseason.

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Introduce Josh Hamilton
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Josh Hamilton’s Los Angeles Angels Contract Valued at $123 Million by MLB

Josh Hamilton's contract with the Los Angeles Angels has been valued at $123 million by Major League Baseball because $2 million is being paid to the outfielder's foundation by the team and not to the player.

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