I don't think he signs an extension with the
I think Sano wants to play in the Big Apple. Manage his playing time and salary accordingly. His value as a (designated?) hitter will determine long term pay. His value as a fielder will decrease over time until it reaches Ortizian levels.
In the current MLB roster crunch where teams need to carry 13 pitchers, a full-time bench player is a liability for many teams.
I was about to say he spends a lot of time there in the offseason.I wonder if he even signs an extension with the Twins.If he turns down one or two reasonable offers they need to trade him in a package for an ace caliper pitcher i think.