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Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 09:38 PM
Is the Twins DH already on the roster?I love watching Nelson Cruz, but we are going to jam up the pipeline of prospects if we keep Cruz....
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fangraphs and other national, non-local articles about th...

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 07:02 PM
Can't find the old thread on this but it's probably time for a new one anyway. Fangraphs just published their playoff odds - https:...
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Free Agency / Re-Signings 2020-21 Offseason

Other Baseball Yesterday, 06:49 PM
Free agency is likely going to be a really slow burn this year, but I still think it's worth having a thread to discuss signings. ...
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Universal DH still up in the air

Other Baseball Yesterday, 07:25 PM
How is it that MLB can't figure out Universal DH or not? Not fair to players. Not fair to teams. Not fair to the Twins signing Cruz. If M...
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Jake Odorizzi, What's going on w/ him?

Minnesota Twins Talk Yesterday, 07:25 PM
Since the beginning there was a lot of FA talk surrounding Jake &thattherewas a lot of interest from various teams. Thought he'd be g...
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Minnesota Twins


Notebook: Big Moves in the Bronx

Over $100 million worth of contracts were handed out Friday. The Yankees re-signed arguably their best hitter and a two time Cy Young winner.


Why You Shouldn't Be Mad About "Losing Out" On [Insert Top Reliever Here]

Liam Hendriks is off the board and it appears Brad Hand may sign shortly, but history tells us avoiding the top of the bullpen market will likely be a wise decision by the Twins.


Notebook: Archie Bradley, Alex Wood Come Off the Board

A pair of pitchers came off the free agent market Thursday, signing one-year deals. Could Corey Kluber be next?


Twins Expected to Be Aggressive As 2020-21 International Signing Period Opens

There is no question how important signing international players is to MLB organization. One strong signing class can alter a franchise’s future as Minnesota’s current core includes Miguel Sano, Max Kepler, and Jorge Polanco, who were all signed during the same international signing period.


Twins Hinting at a Huge Month

Jan. 14 is perhaps the most significant day in recent Minnesota sports history. In 2018 it was the date of the Minneapolis Miracle, and two years later it would host the signing of Josh Donaldson. That was the end to a busy offseason. Now, it’s just the beginning.


Free Agent Faceoff: Kiké Hernández vs. Tommy La Stella

With Marwin González and Ehrie Adrianza both free agents, the Minnesota Twins have a massive hole at the utility spot this offseason. There are many names available, but two names make a lot of sense as options for the Twins.


Running Down the Hall (of Fame Ballot): 2021 Edition

Every year, there is plenty to debate when it comes to baseball who should or shouldn’t be elected to Cooperstown’s hallowed halls. Last year, there were two players inducted from the BWAA ballot, Derek Jeter and Larry Walker. This year’s ballot is full of a lot of question marks and there is a chance that no players are inducted when results are announced in the coming days.


Notebook: Twins Attend Corey Kluber Showcase

Corey Kulber's showcase, Derek Falvey's most recent comments on Nelson Cruz, a Twins player's highlight catch from winter league action and more.


Comparing the Twins and White Sox Projections

The White Sox are making moves and the Twins ... are not. Let's see how their projections line up position by position before the Twins (hopefully) improve their team.


Why Did the Twins Let Liam Hendriks Go?

Liam Hendriks is back in the AL Central and that might not be good news for Minnesota Twins fans. Hendriks has evolved into arguably the game’s best relief pitcher over the last two seasons and now he has $54 million reasons to be excited about joining the Chicago White Sox. It wasn’t very long ago when Hendriks was a prospect in the Twins organization with a bright future ahead of him. So, let’s look back and see what happened between the Twins and Liam Hendriks.


Offseason Live Replay: Catching Up on Twins Rumors

It's been a quiet offseason for the Minnesota Twins so far. And yet, based on all indications, they are merely laying in the grass and waiting to strike.

Tuesday night on Offseason Live, we got up to speed on all the noteworthy rumors and rumblings.


White Sox Sign Hendriks; Twins Fans Wait (Patiently?)

Late on Monday night, news broke that the Chicago White Sox have agreed to terms with free agent right-handed reliever Liam Hendriks. Meanwhile, Twins fans wait for even a good, strong rumor regarding the Twins to present itself.