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Top o' the morning, Twins fans. Let's get you set up for what is generally the last day of action at the Winter Meetings.
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On the first day of the 2013 Winter Meetings, it appeared the Minnesota Twins were all but guaranteed a deal with starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo .
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La Velle E. Neal III filed his afternoon report from the Winter Meetings about an hour ago , mentioning that "the Twins had been very active in pursuing players."
While the addition of Rajai Davis would have been a marginal improvement for the Twins in terms of overall talent, he still would have constituted - you guessed it - that marginal improvement.
The Winter leagues are always strange to follow. Guys pop in, then pop out. Sometimes a guy won't play for two weeks even though there is no injury.
Yeah, I saw what you did there with your J.B Arencibias, your foreigners named after motorcycles, taco dishes and .
Twins Double-A third baseman Miguel Sano, rated the No. 3 overall prospect in the minor leagues, is scheduled to have his ailing right elbow re-evaluated later this month in the Twin Cities.
If you checked out my Twins Winter Meetings Primer from this morning , you'll remember that I made an argument for the Twins staying away from additional multi-year offers to free agent pitchers not named Matt Garza.
The Twins have already added Phil Hughes and Ricky Nolasco in an attempt to revamp a rotation that badly needed it, but if rumblings about town are accurate, general manager Terry Ryan might still have another move up his sleeve.
In allowing A.J. Pierzynski to go to the Red Sox on the one-year, $8.25 million dollar salary, and by allowing Jarrod Saltalamacchia go to the Marlins on a three-year, $21 million dollar salary, the Twins made their thoughts on Josmil Pinto quite clear: he is the starting catcher for 2014.
Baseball's annual Winter Meetings get underway on Monday, and you can count on twinsbaseball.com to keep you up to date on all Twins news throughout the week.
St. Petersburg has hired an attorney involved in Minnesota Twins contraction battle in preparation for negotiations with the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Colorado Rockies have become a de facto home for wayward ex-Twins, with Michael Cuddyer, LaTroy Hawkins, Justin Morneau all in the fold, and even cup-of-coffee guys like Jason Pridie signing minor league deals with the club.