With the Winter Meetings well underway, signings and reports are flying in from every direction. The Minnesota Twins made their initial ...
by: N/A — SweetSpot: Twins Daily 10 Dec
'As we speak cruel time is fleeing. Seize the day, believing as little as possible in the morrow.' – HoraceBy all appearances, this is going to be a low-key winter for the Minnesota Twins. Coming off a season full of setbacks, the front office is...
by: Jack Hendon — Mets Merized Online 7 Dec
Happy Friday, Mets fans! Welcome back to another edition of the hot stove rumor roundup! Today's news features a handful of one-year deals as well as discussions surrounding the fate of the Toront
by: DAVE CAMPBELL AP Sports Writer — Wisconsin State Journal 7 Dec
Schoop, a former All-Star the Milwaukee Brewers acquired at the trade deadline last summer, became a free agent last week when the Brewers declined to offer him a 2019 contract
CrossFit 🏋️ · Running 👟 · Golf 🏌· MMA 🤼
Skateboarding · Boxing 🥊 · Tennis 🎾 · Nascar 🏎️
Other Minnesota region team pages!
by: Associated Press — Canoe 7 Dec
MINNEAPOLIS — Second baseman Jonathan Schoop and the Twins agreed to a US$7.5-million, one-year contract on Thursday, another step in an off-season remake of Minnesota’s infield.
by: N/A — SweetSpot: Twins Daily 7 Dec
In a dispiriting 2018 season that was direly short on bright spots, Mitch Garver was unequivocally one of the best stories, progressively improving over the course of the summer and posting an .814 OPS in the second half. But a concussion suffered in...
by: N/A — MLB: Twins 7 Dec
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Twins shored up their middle infield with a pair of moves on Thursday, as they signed second baseman Jonathan Schoop and utility infielder Ronald Torreyes to one-year deals. Schoop's deal is for $7.5 million.
by: N/A — SweetSpot: Twins Daily 5 Dec
There are some players who are simply around to fill out a roster. The technical baseball term for these kind of players would be replacement level, but let’s be real, they’re basically the Major League definition of blah. Ehire Adrianza is one of those..
by: Brad Johnson — FanGraphs 4 Dec
When is the replacement level not the replacement level? When we're discussing middle infielders …
by: N/A — MLB: Twins 3 Dec
MINNEAPOLIS -- Even after deciding to keep infielder Ehire Adrianza on a one-year, $1.3 million deal to avoid arbitration on Thursday, it's clear the Twins are looking for middle-infield help this offseason. Minnesota traded second baseman Brian Dozier...
by: N/A — SweetSpot: Twins Daily 3 Dec
It is well understood (and intuitively obvious) that on-base percentage correlates highly with run-scoring. In fact, looking at this year's MLB results, you'd conclude it simply correlates with winning. Thirteen of the top 14 teams in OBP finished above .
News in the Past 30 days
- Ehire Adrianza
- Willians Astudillo
- Tyler Austin
- Byron Buxton
- Jason Castro
- Jake Cave
- C.J. Cron
- John Curtiss
- Chase De Jong
- Tyler Duffey
- Mitch Garver
- Kyle Gibson
- Stephen Gonsalves
- Zack Granite
- Trevor Hildenberger
- Max Kepler
- Matt Magill
- Trevor May
- Gabriel Moya
- Jake Odorizzi
- Michael Pineda
- Jorge Polanco
- Addison Reed
- Michael Reed
- Taylor Rogers
- Fernando Romero
- Eddie Rosario
- Miguel Sano
- Aaron Slegers
- Kohl Stewart