Minnesota Twins: What You Need to Know About the Sam Deduno Injury

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Minnesota Twins: What You Need to Know About the Sam Deduno Injury
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Minnesota Twins pitcher Sam Deduno (6-5, 4.54 ERA) could potentially crack the rotation next season.

When he has control of his pitches, he has filthy stuff that leaves the opposing batter (and his own catchers) wondering where the ball is going.

He left his Sept. 15 outing against the Chicago White Sox frustrated, however, and he hasn’t been the same pitcher since.

He only went 2.1 innings against the Tigers in Detroit on Sept. 22 and left Wednesday’s contest against the New York Yankees with “left eye irritation.”

This is what you should know about the injury.

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