DETROIT - MAY 02: Jason Bulger #32 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitches in the fifth inning during the game against the Detroit Tigers on May 2, 2010 at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan. The Tigers defeated the Angels 5-1. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)
Twins doin' thangs, addin' peeps. Also, the latest:
Twins sign former Angels reliever Bulger, add three others to 40-man roster - StarTribune.com
"The Twins announced that they've added outfielder Oswaldo Arcia, righthanded reliever Carlos Gutierrez and lefthander Tyler Robertson to their 40-man roster. They also trimmed righthander David Bromberg from their 40-man roster, outrighting him to Class AAA Rochester. The Twins also announced that they've signed former Angels reliever Jason Bulger to a minor-league deal."
Twins Sign Ryan Doumit - MLB Daily Dish
"He can play backup to catcher Joe Mauer a day or two in the week, which is also something the team has been looking for. More importantly, he could fill a hole in right field if either outfielders Jason Kubel or Michael Cuddyer don't re-sign."
Twins had a connection to newcomer Ryan Doumit -- B.J. Garbe | StarTribune.com
"Doumit's agent, Paul Cobbe, said his client is very familiar with the Twins. Pittsburgh drafted Doumit in the second round of the 1999 draft (No. 59 overall), and he used to head to spring training early each year, joining Garbe for workouts in Fort Myers."
The Twins have a potential ace in the fold already - Twinkie Town
"Barring a trade for an established guy like Felix Hernandez, Cole Hamels, or Zack Greinke, this has led to plenty of speculation about trading for "upside" guys like Jonathan Sanchez, Ubaldo Jimenez, Edinson Volquez, or even signing guys like Rich Harden or Erik Bedard. And I'm not opposed to any of those, but lest we forget we do have a potential ace in house. ... Yep, Francisco Liriano."
Twins Sign Six Minor League Free Agents - Twinkie Town
"Every year the Twins sign a few minor league free agents to supplement Rochester's roster. It's one of the first things they did last season when they went out and found players like Ray Chang, Eric Hacker, Jeff Bailey, and Chuck James.After the jump we'll take a brief look at each of the six new Twins. Do any of them look like potential contributors?"