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Bob Sansevere says the Twins pitchers believe they've made the adjustments necessary to succeed in 2012.
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This is the best time of the year for many Major League Baseball teams the air is filled with swatted baseballs in the sweet smell of hope. They are not yet any losses -- the realization that you'll stink has not yet sunk in for many teams. Spring training as a time for optimism and positive -- take the twins the gloom despair of last season's 99 losses. Have been replaced by -- sunshine and lollipops point of view. Especially with the pitching staff. Did you hear the news. Francisco Liriano has it all figured out. He knows what it will take to become -- -- pitcher that type of pitcher he was back in 2006. We went twelve to three with a 216 earned run average. In a remarkable rookie season. Liriano told the pioneer press he just worked on his mechanics and worked on staying tall not getting too low. Twins pitching coach Rick Anderson said if we're honest -- call from the start of the delivery so he's throwing downhill he's great. So basically liriano of being told what we're told -- kids -- parents don't slouch stand up straight. Meantime. Bryant Dunston has done some figuring out of his own hit a losing record -- ER a five last year but the waist feeling. His record an ERA will improve because he now knows not to leave the ball up when he leaves the ball up he says it looks like a softball to hitters. Other twins pitchers also are making tweaks and adjustments is sounds like a lot of guys have figured out a lot of things for now.