Spring training opens in a little more than two months, but if you can't until February to talk baseball - you're in luck - the Minnesota Twins annual Winter Caravan will be in Sioux Falls next month.

The one and only South Dakota stop on the 2014 caravan will be in Sioux Falls, Wednesday, January 15th - time and location to be announced.

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Heading up the Twins contingent at the Sioux Falls stop will be pitcher Brian Duensing.

The University of Nebraska graduate is entering his 6th season with the Twins.  He's posted a 34-33 record with a 4.20 ERA since being called up from AAA Rochester in 2009.  Last season, Duensing pitched exclusively out of the bullpen, appearing in 73 games, finishing 6-2 with a 3.98 ERA.

Joining Duensing on the caravan is pitcher Ryan Pressley.

In his first major league season last year, Pressley appeared in 49 games in relief,   posting a 3-3 record with a 3.8 ERA.

Hosting the caravan is Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer, who has been calling Twins games since 1983, the last several alongside Bert Blyleven on Fox Sports North.

This is the 54th year of the caravan.  It is one of the longest running off-season team caravans in professional sports.

For the complete 2014 Twins Winter Caravan schedule - click here