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With the Minnesota rotation already coming apart at the seams, if Carl Pavano needs to miss a start they'll need to find at least one starter who can step in and fill the void.
Let's examine a few names the Twins might be scouting for the second overall pick in baseball's upcoming draft.
The Minnesota Twins are calling up their first real shortstop prospect in years. As fans, what should we expect?
Span's off to a blistering start. Besides injuries, where'd he go the last two years?
Justin Morneau isn't the complete player he was in his prime. SB Nation Minnesota investigates how he's adjusting so far.
Alexi Casilla can be frustratingly inconsistent. Can he find a happy medium and be who the Twins need him to be?
As the Twins move through the current season it's worth looking forward to 2013, when a number of changes are in store for the starting rotation.
The Texas Rangers have been dangerous with the bats for a while. Recently, they've also had the pitching to back it up. Who can you expect to see against the Minnesota Twins?
Breaking down the roster for the Rochester Red Wings.
With four unexpected names making the trip north with the Minnesota Twins in a few days, now is a good time to chronicle the circumstances that led to their rise. No roster decisions are made in a vacuum, especially on opening day, and these are no exception.