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Minnesota Could Use Cole De Vries In Rotation Again Soon After Recent Success In Triple-A

The Minnesota Twins have had a bit of a mess in their starting rotation this season, but everyone already knew that. They've been going through pitcher after pitcher in their system back and fourth, over and over trying to find the winners and guys who can give them the best chance to win baseball games.

It looks like another one of their guys from the minors might be getting another shot very soon after a great performance in the minors. According to the Star Tribune, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire has said that Cole De Vries may be brought back up for another stint in the big league:

"We'll let you know," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "He threw well [Monday]. He's lined up really well. We'll see. We like to tell the player before we tell you [reporters]."

In his last three appearances at Triple-A Rochester have yielded some impressive numbers, a 2-0 record with a 2.53 ERA.

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