Twins third baseman Miguel Sano denied an accusation of sexual assault made by a local photographer via Twitter on Thursday.
Jonathan Mayo breaks down a list of an even dozen prospects — six hitters and six pitchers — who seem primed to have big 2018 seasons and who could, as a result, land on our Top 100 at some point in the current year.
The Twins signed left-handed reliever Zach Duke on a one-year deal, the club announced Tuesday.
Twins third baseman Miguel Sano has been rehabbing without any issues since his surgery on Nov. 13 to insert a titanium rod into his left shin, and he will begin training with former Major League third baseman Fernando Tatis shortly after the New Year.
With the holiday season in full swing, the Twins have been busy in the community, including their 12th annual Holiday Week of Giving, which ran from Dec. 11-15.
The Twins officially signed 19-year-old Taiwanese pitcher Kai-Wei Teng as an international free agent, the club announced. Teng receives a $500,000 signing bonus after reaching an agreement in September. He’ll also receive $80,000 for future tuition expenses.
The Twins have finalized their Minor League coaching staff for the 2018 season.
Twins general manager Thad Levine, who was assistant GM in Texas when Yu Darvish signed with the Rangers in 2012, has said the Japanese right-hander is a priority for Minnesota this offseason, and that hasn’t changed.
The Twins were active in Thursday’s Rule 5 Draft, selecting right-hander Tyler Kinley from the Marlins. Minnesota also lost right-hander Nick Burdi to the Phillies before he was traded to the Pirates while right-hander Luke Bard was selected by the Angels.
The Twins found their short-term solution at closer on the final day of the Winter Meetings on Thursday, agreeing to terms with veteran reliever Fernando Rodney on a one-year deal worth $4.5 million, with incentives that could push it to $6 million, according to multiple sources. The deal also includes a club option for 2019 […]
The Twins came into the Winter Meetings with the goal of acquiring pitching. They acquired both a starter and a reliever, signing Michael Pineda and agreeing to terms with reliever Fernando Rodney.
Just 15 minutes before Twins manager Paul Molitor took the podium at the Winter Meetings on Wednesday, the club announced it had signed right-hander Michael Pineda to a backloaded two-year deal worth $10 million.