Trio of Minnesota Twins All-Stars Urge Front Office to Pull the Trigger


As the clock continues ticking toward the Major League Baseball Trade Deadline, it is becoming apparent that fans of the Minnesota Twins aren’t alone in their desire to see the front office make a move.

Last weekend, in the midst of the club’s dreadful west coast road trip, a trio of Twins All-Stars expressed their desire for the club to acquire more talent for the stretch run.

Joe Mauer, Justin Morneau and Joe Nathan all said they’d really like to see the team make a move—any move—to help give the club a shot in the arm as they march toward the postseason.

Much of the players’ desire to make a deal is spurred by the memory of last season, when the Twins missed the playoffs by one game. A situation that Nathan believes could have been avoided if the Twins had been proactive at the deadline.


Read the rest of the article at BleacherReport.

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