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The Twins may not have a lot of dollars yet to spend on free agency, but there are still plenty of options.
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MINNEAPOLIS The Minnesota Twins announced their list of non-roster invitees to this years spring training and its a long list.
The Twins invited 25 players not on the big league roster to spring training in Fort Myers, Fla., including a few familiar names. Reliever Phil Dumatrait, catcher Rene Rivera and outfielder Brian Dinkelman all spent time in the majors with the Twins in...
Despite losing 99 games in a season sponsored by Murphy’s Law, the Twins entered an offseason in which neither building to contend nor rebuilding really fully made sense. For one, the team lacked the liquid assets required for a rebuild; its more valuable commodities were either inked to long-term deals, or the player was coming off an injury-riddled campaign. Or both.
Four years after stepping down as general manager of the Twins, Terry Ryan as back at the helm as Minnesota attempts to bounce back from a disappointing 2011 season.
The Twins announced that they signed right-handers Jason Bulger and Casey Fien and infielder Aaron Bates to minor league deals that include invitations to Spring Training. They also announced minor league deals with Phil Dumatrait, Aaron Thompson, Jared Burton, Samuel Deduno, P.J. Walters, Daryl Thompson, Luis Perdomo, Brendan Wise, Matt Carson, Wilkin Ramirez, Sean...
It could be a crowded Spring Training in Fort Myers, Fla., this year as the Twins announced Tuesday that they have extended 25 invitations to non-roster players.
The Twins have given Francisco Liriano to pitch winter ball, but not more than 20 innings.
The University of Minnesota baseball team will play at the Twins' home ballpark, Target Field, for the third consecutive season at 2 p.m. CT on May 5.
Why were longtime stalwarts Michael Cuddyer and Jason Kubel allowed to leave via free agency? Twins beat reporter Rhett Bollinger answers this and more in the latest Inbox.