DETROIT -- As his record-setting debut season with the Twins draws to a close, Phil Hughes already has enough information to know one thing. If the Twins were to approach their top starting pitcher about a possible contract extension, he would be all ears. “I’ve felt really comfortable here,” Hughes told the Pioneer Press on Saturday. “It’s certainly a place I would love to stay if they would have me. I don’t know if that’s something we’ll get into this offseason. If it is, I certainly wouldn’t be against it.” Two years and $16 million remain on the contract Hughes,...
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