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Could Matt Garza Land Back in Minnesota?

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At the general manager’s meetings in Orlando, plenty of rumors are swirling around, and a few may surprise Minnesota Twins fans.

As many Twins fans know, the team needs pitching, and Matt Garza may be open to return with his former team, according to ESPN 1500.

Garza was drafted by the Twins in 2005, and his first-year with the team was in 2006. He went 3-6 with a 5..76 ERA with the Twins in his rookie season. He spent 2007 with Minnesota and has spent the last six years with Tampa Bay, Texas, and the Chicago Cubs.

Fansided.com reported the Twins want to sign a pitcher to a five-year deal.

Ricky Nolasco’s name has also surfaced as a possible free-agent signing for the Twins.

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