Minnesota's current front office has been in this position before, with the team focused on adding a front-line starter. This winter is the time to outbid other clubs to get a top-tier pitcher in a Twins uniform.
The World Series kicks off on Tuesday night, and following its completion (which could be as early as Saturday), Minnesota will experience an exodus of players hitting free agency. How will the roster look different a week or so from now?
With the World Series about to get underway, we've officially started delivering the brand-new 2022 Twins Daily Offseason Handbook to those who pre-ordered. You can buy your copy now and receive it immediately!
We're also launching our interactive 2022 roster builder tool at TwinsPayroll.com. Free and accessible to anyone with a Google account, this spreadsheet can be used in conjunction with the Handbook to build a realistic contender for next year. Let's take a tour.
One of the most challenging decisions, at least in terms of fanfare, over recent seasons was the one where Eddie Rosario was non-tendered. Minnesota made the right move, but right now, the exciting outfielder is shining in a Braves uniform.
Watching the stars shine in the playoffs is fun, especially when they’re approaching free agency. Future pitchers, shortstops, and sluggers are all fun to dream about. A utilityman, however, shouldn’t be in the Twins offseason cards.
What if I told you one of the 2021 Twins’ best relievers ERA-wise was only given four opportunities to strut his stuff? That’s right, here’s the case for Willians Astudillo as a full-time relief pitcher.