The Twins’ annual Winter Caravan officially started Monday, with two routes departing from Target Field to open the two-week event that features stops in more than 40 communities throughout the Upper Midwest.
The Twins agreed to terms with reliever Addison Reed on a two-year deal worth slightly less than $17 million, a source confirmed to MLB.com’s Jon Paul Morosi on Saturday.
After avoiding arbitration with infielder Eduardo Escobar on a one-year, $4.85 million contract on Thursday night, the Twins avoided arbitration with four players before Friday’s 12 p.m. CT deadline. Minnesota settled one-year deals with right-hander Ryan Pressly for $1.6 million, shortstop Ehire Adrianza for $1 million, right-hander Trevor May for $650,000 and outfielder Robbie Grossman […]
After avoiding arbitration with infielder Eduardo Escobar on a $4.85 million contract on Thursday night, the Twins avoided arbitration with a trio of players before Friday’s 1 p.m. ET deadline. Minnesota settled with right-hander Ryan Pressly for $1.6 million, shortstop Ehire Adrianza for $1 million and right-hander Trevor May for $650,000, according to a Major […]
Twins top pitching prospect Stephen Gonsalves is on the cusp of reaching the Majors after putting up impressive numbers in the Minors since being drafted in 2013, and he participated in Major League Baseball’s Rookie Career Development Program last week.
The Twins are one of six finalists for free agent Yu Darvish, the right-hander confirmed via Twitter on Wednesday night.
The Twins are hopeful that an MLB review of allegations against Twins third baseman Miguel Sano will be resolved by Spring Training, general manager Thad Levine said on Thursday on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio.
The Twins avoided arbitration with infielder Eduardo Escobar on Thursday night., signing him to a $4.85 million contract for the 2018 season, according to a Major League source.
Puerto Rico is still in a state of recovery in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and baseball will be a part of the island’s healing process.
The Twins are looking to blend veteran arms with youth as they attempt to improve their bullpen in 2018.
Former American League Most Valuable Player Award winner Justin Morneau is set to retire and join the Twins as a special assistant, according to a Major League source.