The Twins have acquired outfielders Delmon Young, Jason Pridie and infielder Brendan Harris from the Rays for starting pitcher Matt Garza, shortstop Jason Bartlett and reliever Eduardo Morlan. Delmon Young is the centerpiece of this trade for the Twins who needed some offense to off-set the loss of Torii Hunter. Young finished 2nd in the Rookie of the Year voting last season and he has a howitzer for a throwing arm often intimidating runners. The 22-year old, right swinging Young played in all 162 games for the Rays last season and he was 186 for 645 (.288 avg, .724 OPS) with 65 runs scored, 13 homers, 93 RBIs and 10 stolen bases. Young has now played in 192 games in his major league career and he is 226 for 771 (.293 avg, .738 OPS) with 81 runs scored, 16 homers, 103 RBIs and 12 stolen bases. Young played some center field for the Rays last season but he will probably play left field for the Twins. He also is very high maintenance so it will be interesting to see how he fits in with the Blue Collar Twins. Brendan Harris was mis-cast as a shortstop for the Rays because that’s where they needed him to play. He will likely play second base for the Twins where his glove won’t hurt them as much. Harris played in 137 games for the Rays last season and he was 149 of 521 (.286 avg, .778 OPS) with 72 runs scored, 12 homers and 59 RBIs. Harris has now played in 189 games in his major league career and he is 172 of 631 (.273 avg, .749 OPS) with 82 runs scored, 15 homers and 68 RBIs. Harris is a solid player who should help the Twins. 24 year old Jason Pridie was the last player the Twins received from the Rays. He played in 134 games in AA+AAA ball last season and he was 159 for 524 (.303 avg, .839 OPS) with 89 runs scored, 14 homers, 66 RBIs and 26 stolen bases. This was a trade that will likely help both teams.