BULLPEN OF THE WEEK: TWINS

One of the biggest reasons for the Twins' recent resurgence has been the exemplary work of their relief pitchers, and that trend continued as Minnesota earned the honor of "MLB Bullpen of the Week presented by The Hartford."

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