The Minnesota Twins have made two moves to prepare for a postseason push, but are still missing one key piece.
Last week, the club acquired Gold Glove shortstop Orlando Cabrera from the Oakland Athletics to shore up the middle infield and add another productive bat to the lineup.
Today the team received right-handed starter Carl Pavano from the Cleveland Indians in an attempt to bolster a depleted rotation.
The team’s next move should be to add another reliever to the bullpen.
The bullpen has struggled mightily this season and is in dire need of one more dominant arm to help close out games.
Billy Wagner could be that arm.
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