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Minnesota Twins Might Be Good, But Maybe Not

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The Minnesota Twins could be rebound from the atrociousness that was last year and end up being a really good team this summer. They could also continue to battle injuries and end up at the bottom of the AL Central, unable to get contributions out of those that are supposed to step up some time in the near future.

Essentially, it's pretty difficult to guess what's going to happen with the Twins season.

Baseball Nation's Grant Brisbee took a stap at a Twins' season preview this week, though, and had some interesting thoughts that might come in handy as good weekend reading material.

There are teams in baseball that would need to bend the laws of space and time to make the playoffs this year, that have a better chance of winning a wild-card berth through a legal injunction than they do through a series of favorable outcomes over a 162-game season. The Twins aren't one of those teams. But they'll sure need a lot of help. Having everyone healthy would be a heckuva start.

For more on the Minnesota Twins, check out Twinkie Town. You can also head over to SB Nation's main MLB hub at Baseball Nation.

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