Mientkiewicz rejoins Twins as Fort Myers manager

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  • Updated: December 11, 2012 - 12:33 AM

The team announced all of its minor league assignments Monday, with familiar names filling most of the jobs.

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sane09Dec. 10, 1210:39 PM

FRom espn.com and Twins website "Free agent right-hander Kevin Correia has reached agreement on a two-year, $10 million contract with the Minnesota Twins, a baseball source said Monday night"

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tmack24Dec. 10, 1210:53 PM

Glad to hear it, Doug was a great ballplayer and I am glad he is back in the organization.

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callsaulDec. 10, 1211:08 PM

Why would they do this? Why would they sign Kevin Corriea? I want to understand but I can't. I thought this team was evolving and had learned from the ways of the past. They already have a guy just like Correia named Nick Blackburn remember how well he does. Congrats Doug M....

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ericgus55Dec. 11, 12 7:22 AM

Cool. Mientkiewicz was one of my favorites as a Twin, and he strikes me as a guy who could be a solid manager. Get the old band back together!

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evldedDec. 11, 12 8:36 AM

Twins can never go outside their little echo-chamber can they? Do they even know that other people besides current and former Twins exist? Don't think so.

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rydleyDec. 11, 1210:41 AM

Welcome back, Dougie Baseball!

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partskcojDec. 11, 1212:23 PM

Pitch to contact is now called command and control. LMAO!

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BallFourDec. 11, 12 4:11 PM

Of course, command and control are two different things. You know that if you are LYAA. Control is putting the ball in the zone. Command is being able to put it where you want in the zone. Happy to help.

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SwiftBoatDec. 12, 12 8:07 AM

Doug was a great first baseman, but I've heard he's difficult and a big pain in the arse.

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sportcity444Dec. 13, 12 6:22 AM

I like it. Go Doug. We need more Mike Redmond types in the organization and Meinkewicz is a carbon copy.

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