Maybe this is true? Proceed with caution.
Is it a Twins’ addition by (the competitor’s) subtraction?
For all the action or inaction of the day.
Some quick news and links for your Sunday morning.
The front office in Minnesota is moving quickly, and has reportedly narrowed their list down to the top candidates.
Four Ranger homers lead Texas to victory in Arlington.
There’s only a few hours left before MLB’s non-waiver trade deadline. What other moves might the Twins make?
With the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline looming, teams have expressed interest in Brian Dozier, Eduardo Escobar, and others.
The Twins apparently recently tried to scoop up another bargain on this year’s slow free agent market, but no cigar.
The latest rumors about the Yu Darvish race, which appears to be down to the Twins, Cubs, and Dodgers.
According to a tweet from Jon Morosi, which specifically mentions he’s still talking to the Twins.
A ton of rumors came out today, despite nothing happening. Get caught up with the latest.
It’s perfectly reasonable to believe the Twins are still in the running to sign the free agent ace.
Everyone is realizing the Twins are here to play (and win) in the Yu Darvish race, plus more rumors from the MLB Winter Meetings.
Though no official deals have been made, news today out of Orlando should make Twins fans hopeful.
The Twins have reportedly met with many agents and teams, but have yet to do anything in Orlando.
Rumors reported by The Huffington Post Korea claim the new front office’s treatment of the Korean slugger drove him to return home.
The Twins have reportedly called the Pirates and the Rays inquiring about the availability of the two starting pitchers.
Multiple reports say the top pitching prospect is on the short list of candidates to start Monday’s doubleheader in Chicago.
Kintzler says he would rather stay in Minnesota, but what else is new?