Minnesota Twins rumors
The Cardinals add a pair of former All-Star lefties who have struggled in 2021.
The Twins take a high school right-hander with their first pick.
Cruz returns to Minnesota for a third season.
Rather than making a three-way trade, the Dodgers will now make a separate deal with the Twins.
Sanó’s future with the Twins appeared questionable less than a year ago, but now they’ve given him a long-term extension.
After a solid post-deadline stint with the Twins, Romo will return to Minnesota on a new deal.
Avila appears primed to replace Jason Castro as part of Minnesota’s catching tandem.
An appeal reduced Pineda’s ban from 80 to 60 games.
The Twins take a high school infielder with their first selection.
The slugging outfielder earns a long-term deal with the Twins.
The Twins lock their shortstop in for the long term.
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The Dodgers add another power-hitting veteran to their crowded infield mix.
The Yankees also receive cash considerations as part of the deal.
While the fireworks slowed down a bit over the weekend, we’re still heading into the trade deadline hot.
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Boston beefs up back of rotation in hopes of beating out Bronx Bombers in AL East.
The Twins have slim odds of making the playoffs, so the answer should be clear as to what they should do in the next few days.
With the way they have been winning this year, the A’s have no choice but to make some deals at the deadline.
The Brew Crew are in a position to make a run for the playoffs, and they know they have to make some moves to get there