The Twins 2020 rotation plan part one: Potentially returning pitchers

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The Twins 2020 rotation plan part one: Potentially returning pitchers
The Twins 2020 rotation plan part one: Potentially returning pitchers

As I'm sure many of you are already aware, here is a list of starting pitchers guaranteed to be with the Twins for the 2020 season: And that is it. For a team who just won 101 games and sitting at the beginning of what is hopefully a a long reign atop the AL Central, there is a striking lack of stability within the starting rotation. The Yankees exposed this Twins weakness in the ALDS, and the Nationals and Astros have both shown just how important having a strong starting rotation is to be able to succeed in the playoffs. Today we begin a multi-part series on how to address to Twins starting rotation for 2020 (and beyond). The series is going to work off a handful of assumptions. First and foremost

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