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Who’s the Top Twins Prospect? Alex Kirilloff vs. Royce Lewis

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 06:54 PM
Many teams would be ecstatic to have the likes of Alex Kirilloff and Royce Lewis headlining their farm system. For Twins fans, a debate c...
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Could Dobnak be an All Star?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:34 PM
 Could Dobnak be an all star? With this terrific infield, I believe he could be. When Donaldson was in the line up Dobnak shine...
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Is Cruz a MUST signing? And what if he doesn't fit?

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 06:01 PM
Let me state I love Cruz and want him back if possible. I not only believe he brings class, experience, knowledge and leadership to the t...
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FA Value Shopping

Minnesota Twins Talk Today, 04:56 PM
Just for fun-here is 1 player at each position that might be worth the money and my contract estimates:   C- Sandy Leon 1 year/1.5 m...
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Cody’s Top 20 Twins Prospects: 11-15

Twins Minor League Talk Today, 04:04 PM
Not all organizations have prospect depth that stretches outside of their top-10 prospects. The Twins have multiple names on this list th...
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How the Twins Might Tweak J.A. Happ

Don’t expect huge changes in pitch usage from new Twins southpaw J.A. Happ, but the veteran has a unique repertoire, and Minnesota is likely to make a few tweaks to it, in order to help him thrive in 2021.

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Baseball Hasn’t Been Boring with Topps

2020 brought us an unprecedented number of dead periods in terms of Major League Baseball action. We had a pause in Spring Training, a shortened season, and now into 2021 are in the midst of an offseason moving at a glacial pace. Thankfully, Topps has paved the way.

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Notebook: Twins Finally Make Another Move

The Twins made a move today, signing starting pitcher J.A. Happ to a one-year, $8 million deal. That and more in today's notebook!

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Report: Twins To Sign LHP J.A. Happ

Several reports from national writers report that the Twins have agreed to terms with veteran left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ.

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Notebook: Kirby Yates Signs With Toronto, Twins Among Finalists

The Twins continue to stay quiet, but some big names were signed today. Also, an ex Twin was rumored to potentially return ...

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The Free Agent Starter Who Could Be Another Kenta Maeda

The Twins need greater depth and stability at the back end of their rotation for 2021. To get it, they should target the closest thing this market has to a left-handed Kenta Maeda: erstwhile Chicago southpaw José Quintana.

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St. Paul Saints Throw Gardy Party in 2021

In one year’s time, Toby Gardenhire climbed from 45th to first on a managerial list.

Gardenhire was scheduled to be the Rochester Red Wings’ 45th manager in 2020. This season, however, he will be the St. Paul Saints’ first manager.

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Free Agent Faceoff: Jake Odorizzi vs. James Paxton

The Minnesota Twins have a need to sign another starting pitcher this offseason. Jake Odorizzi and James Paxton are two of the biggest names left on the market. Which would make for a better fit for the Minnesota Twins this offseason?

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Notebook: Starting Pitching Market Continues to Move

With spring training slated to begin in a month, this weekend sourced a plethora of action across the MLB. While the Twins have stayed quiet, other teams haven’t. Let’s dig in.

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Where Can the Twins Add the Most Value?

Spring training is scheduled to start in less than a month and the Twins have done minimal this winter. So, where can the Twins add the most value before the team reports to Florida?

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4 Corey Kluber Alternatives for the Twins

Corey Kluber may have ended up in Pinstripes, but there are more decorated free agent starters the Twins could help return to form.

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Why Didi Gregorius is the Best Shortstop Fit for the Twins

If the Minnesota Twins really do hope to make an upgrade at shortstop for 2021, they should sign free agent Didi Gregorius. He’s the best fit available for their needs and organizational philosophies.