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  1. They won't pay that to keep him. That said, I think they'd be happy at 3/$20 million... and I don't know what Rogers might think. $20 million guaranteed is nice. Teams aren't spending on relievers like they used to. Trevor may was really good and he only got like 2/$15. Rogers isn't getting a Liam Hendriks' contract. But, maybe he can get as much as $10 million next year in arbitration. I think he'd have to strongly consider it.
  2. We saw how quick things moved from when Celestino was promoted the first time from AA to AAA to when he got to the big leagues. One day? Two days? Also, Berrios and Maeda will get their starts. Dobnak should continue to get starts as long as they're not in contention. Ober should keep getting starts. Jax would seem to be next in line. Duran is now out, but Winder can move up at any time and either make some AAA starts or move up.
  3. Last I've heard from each.... Canterino has started throwing a baseball, but there is no timeline. Lewis is just working every day, just trying to gain all of his strength back. He'd love to be back, but he gets the big picture.
  4. Sure, they can call up Moran and Winder any time. This doesn't stop that.
  5. They're not calling up Winder or Balazovic any time soon... Need arms.
  6. Balazovic has had four AA starts since his return injury, and only has a playoff start for them in 2019. Winder, they're going to protect him as much as they can. Sands is now on the IL too. They need arms. Ober is up. Jax is now on the 40. Barnes is close.
  7. Luke Farrell has looked pretty good... Nothing wrong with being aggressive at the back end of the 40-man roster, especially with a 24-year-old former first round pick... with options.
  8. I think a lot of times, several of those minor league veterans might have been released by now, allowing pitchers to move up the ladder. Unfortunately in this season of injuries, teams just don't want to release pitchers because they need it. And unless they're planning on calling up Winder or Moran soon, it probably doesn't matter much if they're getting those innings at AA or AAA. I do think Varland is probably pretty close to a promotion.
  9. Week 7 was a good week, mostly, for the Twins organization. Ft. Myers and Cedar Rapids both had strong weeks. Wichita is also over .500 on the season. The Saints have struggled. The biggest issue in the minors, like with the big-league club, has been all the injuries. As always, I welcome your feedback on what you would like to see from these Week in Review articles, so let me know in the comments below. Of course, I also encourage you to read Nick’s Twins Week in Review from yesterday. With that, let’s look at Week 6 in the Twins minor leagues: RESULTS Triple-A: St. P
  10. As always, I welcome your feedback on what you would like to see from these Week in Review articles, so let me know in the comments below. Of course, I also encourage you to read Nick’s Twins Week in Review from yesterday. With that, let’s look at Week 6 in the Twins minor leagues: RESULTS Triple-A: St. Paul Saints: Week (2-3, Sunday game suspended, hosting Iowa), overall (19-22) Double-A: Wichita Wind Surge: Week (3-3, hosting Springfield), overall (23-19) High-A: Cedar Rapids Kernels: Week (5-1, hosting South Bend), overall (22-20) Low-A: Ft. Myers Mighty Muss
  11. Akil Baddoo got Rule 5'd because he was a prospect though. I don't think DLT will regress a ton. He's a nice, solid player. Miranda and Bobby Witt are younger, they're prospects. But yeah, if he maintains a 900+ OPS over the full season, they would have to at least have a quick discussion about adding him. I would still assume they wouldn't, but they'd at least discuss protecting him from the Rule 5.
  12. Salinas and Rijo both had visa issues and got to spring training late. Lachlan Wells has made the decision to stay in Australia this season due to COVID concerns. Leach is working his way back, and we could see him with the Mussels in coming weeks, but who knows.
  13. .240-.250 isn't a bad average for a plus defensive SS with power... That 800 OPS would be fantastic. He just needs to play after being on the injured list for about a month.
  14. De La Trinidad is off to a terrific start, but he's not going to add anything to a trade's return. He won't get Rule 5d most likely.
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