At 52-67 and 11.5 games out of first place, the Twins might finally be starting to look to the future. Monday’s trade of Delmon Young to the Tigers may be the first domino to fall, as there are several holes the team must address in the offseason.
Francisco Liriano, one of the upcoming young pitchers in the game back in 2006, has become one of the biggest disappointments of a Twins season filled with many. The question is will anyone offer anything for him as a free agent?
Before the passing of the July 31st trading deadline for Major League Baseball, many contending teams took the opportunity to add pieces to their roster to gear up for the playoff stretch. It was also an opportunity for many underachieving teams to dump salary and look to the future. The Minnesota Twins took neither approach this year.
If the Twins are going to turn their season around and get back to the top of the division standings, they need to know they can count on the last pitcher out of the bullpen. And with Matt Capps continuing to flounder, he simply can’t be counted on to get the job done.
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