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18 hrs ago | Purple Row
The Rockies traded away a fan favorite in switch-hitting centerfielder Dexter Fowler this week.
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22 hrs ago | Twinkie Town
There are ex- Twins on the free agent market this year, as always. Where are they headed? Let's take a quick spin through the market.
At age 32, with his glory days in the rearview mirror, Justin Morneau is looking for a new beginning at the foot of the Rockies.
The Minnesota Twins recently ended another free-agent chase close but no cigar. The Boston Red Sox finalized their one-year $8.25 million deal today with free agent A.J. Pierzynski , leaving the Twins to begin a new search for the right player to place Joe Mauer behind the plate.
Konerko, a six-time all-star, informed the team he will play his 16th season with the team.
Fantasy baseball players hearts' are aflutter after all the wheeling/dealing that has been going on in MLB.
Four-time All-Star first baseman Justin Morneau reportedly agreed to a two-year deal to join the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, they traded center fielder Dexter Fowler to Houston to clear payroll to sign free agent first baseman Justin Morneau.
If you rank the top minor league systems in all of Major League Baseball , the Minnesota Twins will usually find themselves at the top of that list.
Justin Morneau spent the last month of the 2013 season with the Pittsburgh Pirates; right now he doesn't know where he will play in 2014, although it doesn't appear likely it will be with the Twins.
During MLB free agency, teams covet youth, consistency, unique skill sets and any productive players who can be obtained without sacrificing future draft picks.
The Tigers continue to say they're not yet sure, even in the wake of reports out of Venezuela that Miguel Cabrera has informed ballclub brass he is open to moving back to first.
The Twins have anted up a reported $49 million to former Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Ricky Nolasco in an attempt to improve the team's pitching.