The righthander turned his career around in Minnesota, but the team decided to non-tender him at Wednesday's deadline.
The Twins left fielder is due an eight-figure salary.
Slugger was a throwback player and served them well. But change is here, and more of it could be on the way.
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July 31, 1972: Dick Allen, the AL's MVP-to-be, became the first big-leaguer in 40 years with two inside-the-park home runs. It happened against the Twins with Blyleven pitching.
The left fielder played six seasons in Minnesota and was non-tendered at the deadline Wednesday.
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The Phillies' president is former Twins executive Andy MacPhail.
Overall, Wednesday was a day that reinforced this for Minnesotans: Life isn't fair, even in the lucrative world of professional sports.
Berrios and Buxton agree to one-year contracts.
In a rarity, the team won't have anyone headed to arbitration after finishing contracts with all players who were tendered.
Tyler Duffey agreed to a one-year contract worth $2.,2 million; Eddie Rosario cleared waivers this afternoon, and the Twins have until 7 p.m. to make him an offer for 2021.
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The 33-year-old lefthanded reliever, who is a native of Randolph, Minn., returned to the majors last season after a five-year absence.
The Twins have seven arbitration-eligible players — players with more than three years but less than six years of service time who aren't already under…
The 31-year-old righthander spent six seasons in Minnesota and was known as a hard-throwing strikeout pitcher. He's reportedly getting a two-year deal.
The St. Paul Saints will leave independent baseball to become the Class AAA team for the Twins. What's unclear is if the Saints are paying the entire cost of entering affiliated ball — reports over the summer indicated a cost of as much as $20 million — or if the Twins will contribute.
The potential Twins-Saints affiliation was advanced recently — via a hat tip, literally and figuratively — from Twins manager Rocco Baldelli.
The American League Central champions have 37 players on the roster as free agency continues.