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Jim W

Too late!

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Jim W

Morneau is coming up and there are others that are batting waaay hot in triple AAA.

Bring them up now!

Make the "comfortable" veterans feel some pressure to swing the bat!!!

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Too bad that it may be his audition for a trade.

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