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Rockies Doing Homework On Delmon Young

Yesterday in the Rocky Mountain News, Tracy Ringolsby wondered if Twins outfielder Delmon Young would be a good fit for the Rockies.  Today Joe Christensen of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune goes one step further, saying Rox GM Dan O'Dowd has been doing his homework on Young.  Young, by the way, is not bothered by Ron Gardenhire's recent comments.

Christensen says that in general, the Rockies' demands of the Twins have been excessive.  For example, La Velle E. Neal III suggested they wanted Kevin Slowey, Denard Span, and another prospect for Garrett Atkins.  That asking price almost sounds too outlandish to be true.


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