Found December 04, 2011 on
The Twins GM is expected to meet with the agent of Michael Cuddyer this week.
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Well, it's not so much that we laughed out loud... it was more like a disgusted groan. Out loud. Then we chuckled at the absolute stupidity of the deal, and our rash belief that Terry Ryan was going to do anything to point the Minnesota Twins in the opposite direction of bad decisions.
Those feelings were the aftermath of the news that the club has re-signed that fat, save...
The Cards are reportedly making a strong push to re-sign Dotel, he's more of a set-up man who could close but still if they sign him that takes another arm off the ever dwindling closer market. Adam Rubin has heard that Matt Capps appears to be the best fit and I tend to agree. That's not to say, he's the best available closer or that I'm excited about the...
According to Jon Heyman of SI.com, RHP Matt Capps has re-signed with the Minnesota Twins for one year with an option.
The Mets checked in on Capps three weeks ago during the GM Meetings, but his agent Paul Kinzer said that the Mets never contacted him again after that.
Capps, 28, will replace Joe Nathan in the closer’s role. Last season he went 4-7 with 15 saves and a 4.25 ERA...
By RONALD BLUM,
AP Sports WriterDALLAS (AP) -- A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that closer Matt Capps and the Minnesota Twins have agreed to a 4.75 million, one-year contract.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity Monday because the deal had not yet been announced.
Capps gets 4.5 million this year, and the contract includes a 6 million...
On the same day the Minnesota Twins offered him a $25 million contract over three years, Michael Cuddyer received other news he probably found at least twice as compelling. Cuddyer announced Tuesday afternoon that his wife had given birth to twin girls — really — named Chloe and Madeline. A Twin begets twins. The couple also has a 3-year-old boy named Casey.
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The Minnesota Twins have signed Matt Capps to a one-year deal with an option, according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated.
The Minnesota Twins reached agreement with free agent closer Matt Capps on a one-year contract with an option for 2013, a baseball source told ESPN.com.
Stove Popper of the Bergen Record says free-agent reliever Matt Capps is likely headed back to the Twins, according to a ‘smart source.’
Also, Popper says the Mets are a very unlikely landing spot for Brad Lidge.
Matthew Cerrone: From what I can gather, while the Red Sox, Angels, Mets and Blue Jays have all contacted his agent, Capps would very much like to return to the Twins...
The Minnesota Twins have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with right-handed reliever Matt Capps. The pact is also believed to include an option for a second season and is pending a physical..
The Twins this week want to know where they stand with their clubhouse leader. But how many teams are in the running for Michael Cuddyer?