STORY UPDATE: Twins win, cancel contract with Cuban pitcher Fidel Castro. “He wouldn’t do windsprints,” said a source close to the now 1-9 Twins.
Minneapolis (eTrueSports) – Capitalizing on the Obama administration’s softening Cuban policy, the winless (0-9) Minnesota Twins announced the signing of veteran right-handed pitcher Fidel Castro.
“He’s wily and we’re desperate,” said Twins manager Paul Molitor who explained the team planned on bringing the 89-year-old Castro up from the Fort Myers Miracle in the Florida State League when the temperature in St. Paul warmed in late July.
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