While the Minnesota Twins bolstered their offense this offseason, questions remain about the depth of their starting rotation. Derek Falvey, the team's president of baseball operations, expressed confidence in the group on Friday.
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Josh Donaldson's 2024 option with the Twins can escalate an additional $4 million based on awards he earns during the first four seasons of the deal.
Third baseman Josh Donaldson and the Twins have agreed to a four-year deal that includes $92 million guaranteed, with a chance it increases to $104 million in value if he hits escalators on a fifth-year club option, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
What does the former MVP's move to Minnesota mean for the AL playoff picture -- and for his old team, the Braves?
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
MLB.com reports that Josh Donaldson has agreed to a four-year deal with the Twins, giving the Twins -- who set the single-season record with 307 home runs in 2019 -- another slugger while improving their defense at third base as well. The Twins had a record five players hit 30-plus home runs and now add Donaldson, who hit 37. It's a huge loss for the Braves as they lose their cleanup hitter in a lineup that now looks very thin once you get past Ronald Acuna Jr., Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman.
Fueled by a long-term deal from the Twins, Miguel Sano is set to focus solely on baseball -- and maintaining the success Minnesota came to know from him last season.
Check out updates for teams in Florida and Arizona for spring training, including the defending champion Nationals.
Third baseman Miguel Sano is in agreement with the Minnesota Twins on a three-year contract extension, a source familiar with the deal told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
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Third baseman Miguel Sano is in agreement with the Minnesota Twins on a three-year contract extension, a source familiar with the deal tells ESPN. It includes a club option for the 2023 season and will buy out two years of free agency.
Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.
With the big wave of winter moves settling down, we stack up the rosters as spring training approaches.
From superstars to fading prospects, here's who could be on the move this year.
A big name in a new uniform and an Astros ruling could come soon. What else will define the year ahead in baseball?
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
The Minnesota Twins are hiring former Pittsburgh Steelers analytics coordinator Karim Kassam to be their director of baseball research, per source. Kassam actually isn't the first former football analytics staffer to join the Twins front office: Assistant GM Dan Adler was previously the Jaguars' director of football research.
Veteran catcher Jason Castro, who hit 13 homers with 30 RBIs last year with the Twins, has agreed to a one-year, $6.85 million contract with the Angels, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan. The deal is pending a physical.
Edwin Encarnacion, Kole Calhoun and Dellin Betances (among others) found new homes in late December. We'll get you caught up.
The 2021 NHL Winter Classic will be hosted by the Minnesota Wild at Target Field, the home stadium of MLB's Twins.
Veteran free-agent pitchers Rich Hill and Homer Bailey have reached deals with the Twins. Hill went 4-1 for the Dodgers in 2019, while Bailey was 13-9 with the A's and Royals.
With numerous moves involving big-name starters already this offseason, we rank all 30 rotations as things stand right now.
Free agents Jonathan Schoop and C.J. Cron, who combined for 48 home runs and 137 RBIs for the Twins last season, have both reached one-year deals with the AL Central rival Tigers.
The Minnesota Twins have signed right-handed relievers Tyler Clippard and Sergio Romo, the team announced.
Beltre and Scherzer? Yeah, those worked out. Pujols and Chris Davis? Yikes. These are the moves that made or broke your team.
Reliever Sergio Romo and the Twins have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal that includes a club option and $5 million guaranteed with a chance to earn $10 million.
The biggest names are off the board, but there are impact players still looking for homes.
The Minnesota Twins finalized a $20 million, two-year contract with suspended pitcher Michael Pineda on Tuesday and a $4.25 million, one-year deal with catcher Alex Avila.