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Torii Hunter agrees to one-year deal with Minnesota Twins
Torii Hunter agrees to one-year deal with Minnesota Twins

When Torii Hunter first came up to the major leagues in 1997, Paul Molitor was bringing a Hall of Fame playing career to a close with his hometown Minnesota Twins. Molitor could still swing the bat, and the impression he made on a talented group of youngsters, including Hunter, helped lay the foundation for the long-struggling team's renaissance. Almost two decades later, Hunter is returning to Minnesota, his home away from home, to play for Molitor and return the favor. “This is where I needed to be,” Hunter said Wednesday after signing a $10.5-million, one-year contract with the Twins. “This is home for me.” Hunter spent the first 11 years of his career...

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