The Minnesota Twins have yet to make a substantial splash in free agency, but they have landed a few interesting players on minor league deals. One such player is former Boston Red Sox utilityman Tzu-Wei Lin.
Who needs cushions when you can have excitement in relief? 1 vs. 17 (1) 1909 Senators 7 (17) 2012 Twins 13 Senators lose 3-0 Despite an awake offense, a sleepy pitching staff saw ‘09 swept into the next round as ‘12 escaped the bracket with a 13-7 win.
There has been a lot of news lately out of the Twins organization. First, the long rumored restructuring of Minor League Baseball came to Minnesota in dramatic effect, as the organization changed their top two farm clubs, with the St.
The Twins have a bullpen that needs shoring-up Welcome to Part Two in a three-part series examining free agent targets for the Minnesota Twins. Part One focused on position players and can be found here.
Additionally: it ain’t no lie, By, By, By; and Glen Perkins uses a Time-Turner. 1 vs. 17 (17) 2012 Twins 4 (1) 1909 Senators 3 1909 trails 2-0 Despite falling behind 3-0 after three innings, ‘12’s pitching staff held ‘09 scoreless for the rest of the game while putting across just enough runs to win 4-3 and take a 2-0 series lead.
The deadline for the Minnesota Twins to tender contracts to arbitration players was yesterday, so we grade every single move the Twins made. The Minnesota Twins are now officially into the free agency portion of their season.
The club now has no arbitration worries for the remainder of the winter. After yesterday’s news of the Minnesota Twins and most of its players agreeing on salary numbers for the 2021 season (and a couple of non-tenders), only one player was left on the arbitration-eligible list with which the club had to work out an agreement.
Rumors proved to be true earlier this week when the Twins non-tendered the contract of outfielder Eddie Rosario. In his six seasons with the Twins, Eddie cultivated a strong following thanks to his electric bat, stunning putouts, and infamous blunders.
Yesterday presented the most single-day baseball action we’ve seen all offseason. As the non-tender deadline came and went, teams needed to decide on which arbitration eligible players they’d issue new contracts to for the 2021 season.
Or in this case, to err is in the programming of computer software meant to represent a human. Play ball. First, though, I realized after publishing the preview that I’d forgotten to include the document with all 17 rosters.
Who was Jack the Ripper? Where is Jimmy Hoffa? What became of the Ark of the Covenant? On Wednesday night, a new mystery entered the annals of great unknowns: Why did the Twins front office non-tender Matt Wisler, one of their most resounding success stories?
Minnesota has cleared the table of most arbitration-eligible players. Today (I’m writing this in the final minutes of Wednesday night) was the deadline for Major League Baseball clubs to tender contracts to their arbitration-eligible players.
While May isn't the type of big-name signing Mets fans hope Steve Cohen will gift them this holiday season, he bolsters a bullpen that has routinely failed New York starting pitchers and the team's lineup in recent years.
This year is alike most years in one regard. The offseason usually doesn’t really get underway until after the Thanksgiving holiday. If everything holds that means we should hold onto our hats, because things are going to start moving at a breakneck pace.
A fan of the Chicago White Sox took to Twitter this week to post a video of the numerous times that Cruz had torched the White Sox over the years. The fan asked for the veteran slugger to retire on behalf of all White Sox fans.