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  • Offseason Handbook Now Available for Download


    Nick Nelson

    The World Series has come to an end. The Boston Red Sox are celebrating. And now we all can celebrate the arrival of a new offseason with its infinite possibilities.

    The 2019 Offseason Handbook is available for immediate download. Click this link and name your price to receive a copy of this TwinsCentric offseason primer immediately.

    Last year over 1,000 readers downloaded the Handbook to get a jump on the offseason. This year we enlisted numerous prominent writers to help give you an even better breakdown of what's to come. You can order now for whatever you think is fair (including zero, but recommended donation is $10), and you'll receive your download link via email right away.

    The Handbook includes everything you would need to know to rebuild the Twins into a championship contender. We'll break down the payroll and salaries, so you'll know how much you have to spend. We'll list free agent targets and trade options. We'll review the arbitration decisions you need to make.

    Oh, and we've enlisted some friends to help it all make sense: Mike Berardino (Pioneer Press), Aaron Gleeman (Baseball Prospectus), Patrick Reusse (Star Tribune), Rhett Bollinger (MLB.com), Phil Miller (Star Tribune) and RandBall's Stu (Twinkie Town and... RandBall, I guess?) all contributed must-read features.

    Order the 2019 Offseason Handbook, and let's get to work.

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    It's well worth your time to spend some with the Handbook. I've had it since the World Series started and find it useful when it revisits various questions about who's ready and who's not for 2019 and when it offers a trove of information to digest. Well done, guys;

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    Definitely would buy it again. 

     

    I would sign go for Marwin and Corbin for sure. Along with a reliever like Robertson. Wouldn't mind Lowrie or Iglesias, though. would not want to target through a trade unless a sneaky pick up like Odorizzi comes through the door. 

     

    Also wouldn't mind Lemahieu and a reliever along with trading for Carlos Santana, but I would not give Lemahieu 12 million a year. maybe 10. I don't believe a SP is necessary because I'm a huge believer that Romero and or Mejia/Gonsalves will become good starters. Berrios/Gibson/Odorizzi/Romero/Mejia/Pineda should be a good group to start to the season.

     

    Those would be my blue prints for a great offseason.

     

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