According to Minneapolis Star-Tribune, the Twins are interested in current White Sox shortstop Orlando Cabrera. Cabrera, 34, will likely not be resigned by the White Sox, even though he hit .281 with 8 homeruns in 161 games. He is pretty solid defensively, and would definitely be a leader for some of the young hispanic players in the clubhouse.
For the Twins, it would probably cost them 7-10 million dollars annually for about three years. Cabrera is likely a fallback for several teams, so the Twins could get a bargain if they move early.
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