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Against sad Tigers staff, Twins bats worth watching

Miguel Sano might not play again this season, but there are plenty of other strong fantasy options in that Minnesota dugout. Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

It’s always nice when a major league team -- as well as the fantasy owners relying on that team's individual players -- can really enjoy a weekend. That’s what figures to happen as the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers continue with their potentially lopsided four-game series. The Tigers entered Thursday with a 6.69 ERA in September and four wins in 20 games. Somehow, things actually got worse. The Twins took Game 1 on Thursday night, 12-1, and the rest of the weekend should be more of the same.