Exclusive: Twins president talks new leadership

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Twins President Dave St. Peter

It’s been a busy offseason for the Minnesota Twins.

They hired a new manager, they picked up some notable free agents — and they just added $48 million worth of renovations to their spring training facilities in Fort Myers.

One of the Twins organization’s main goals this off-season was to restore leadership to the clubhouse.

They hired Paul Molitor, a former World Series MVP, as manager. They signed veteran Outfielder Torii Hunter.

Minnesota thinks the key to their first winning season in five years, is a new, winning mindset.

“I think Paul [Molitor] will really work to really establish a  different tone in our clubhouse,”  said Twins President Dave St. Peter. “[We’re] working toward re-establishing what’s been missing the last few years: the winning tradition of Minnesota Twins baseball.”

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