The Minnesota Twins limped to the finish line in a rough September in 2022. The front office has set out to right the wrongs by building quality depth all over the roster. From Kyle Farmer to Michael A. Taylor to Pablo López, the Twins are working to avoid the injury-plagued depth problems from 2022. The 2023 roster is built to withstand more injuries and the Twins hope there are less with the addition of Nick Paparesta to the training staff. What is the true floor for the 2023 club? Let's break it all down.
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