Saturday, April 6, 2019
How they were built: Minnesota Twins
The Twins are an interesting team. They have talent in many different places, and due to a weak division, could make a playoff run. This is how they were built.
Astudillo signed with the Twins in November 2017.
Castro signed a three year deal with the Twins in December 2016.
Garver was a 9th round pick in 2013.
Cron was claimed off waivers from the Rays in November.
The Twins signed Schoop in early December
Polanco signed as an amateur free agent in 2009.
Gonzalez signed a two year deal in February.
The Twins claimed Adrianza off waivers from the Brewers in February 2017.
Buxton was the 2nd overall pick of the 2012 draft.
Rosario was a 4th round pick in the 2010 draft.
Kepler signed in 2009 as an amateur free agent.
In March 2018, the Twins acquired Cave from the Yankees for Luis Gil.
Cruz signed a one year deal with an option for 2020 in January.
Berrios was a first round pick (32nd overall) in 2012.
Gibson was a first round pick (22nd overall) in 2009.
In February 2018, the Twins acquired Odorizzi from the Rays for Jermaine Palacios.
Pineda signed a two year deal with the Twins in December 2017.
Perez signed with the Twins as a free agent in January.
The Twins acquired Mejia in July 2016 from the Giants for Eduardo Nunez.
Chase De Jong
The Twins acquired De Jong and Ryan Costello in July from the Mariners for Zach Duke.
Harper signed with the Twins on a minor league deal on January 31.
Hildenberger was drafted in the 22nd round in 2014.
Parker signed with the Twins in January.
May was acquired in December 2012 from the Phillies with Vance Worley for Ben Revere.
Rogers was drafted in the 11th round in the 2012 draft.
Sano was an amateur free agent signing in 2009.
Magill signed with the Twins in January 2018.
Reed signed a two year deal with the Twins in January 2018.