Ervin Santana frustrated with directors of Twins

Ervin Santana frustrated with directors of Twins

Twins pitcher Ervin Santana recently expressed his frustration with the Minnesota office, saying they "took our pieces" with a flurry of exchanges in the last month. If you want to get the best information from the sports world, download the App now.
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The Twins, who have struggled this season after coming to the AL wild card game last year, traded six major veteran players: second baseman Brian Dozier, closer Fernando Rodney, infielder Eduardo Escobar, starter Lance Lynn and relievers Ryan Pressly and Zach Duke – since July 27. When asked Friday about his friend Rodney, who was traded to the Athletics a day earlier, Santana referred to the Twins' recent commercial activity. " It's difficult, especially when we're only 10 games away and we have two months left, "Santana told reporters after Friday's 5-3 loss to the Tigers. "Everyone says, 'They gave up.' We will not give up, but they did." They took our pieces, and it's hard to play without our good pieces. Do you know what I mean? So we just have to play with what we have and try to win games. "The Twins (54-62) follow the Indian leaders (65-51) for 11 games in the Central Division of the American League and are 14.5 games behind of the Athletics for the second wild card in the league. Santan, 35, is 0-1 with a 6.53 ERA in four starts this season, the right, which missed the first four months of the season due to a One finger injury was also asked on Friday if the Twins' remaining veteran players have wondered if they will be exchanged. "I do not know, because we have no control over that," he replied. "We are here. We play one day at a time, that is, everything can happen ".
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