While the Minnesota Twins have already acquired several arms
this winter, they could “very well dabble in” free agent right-hander Brett
Myers, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe.
A guy who used to throw 200 innings as a starter and was an effective closer is still out there. The market for him may soon develop, and while the Twins already have acquired Vance Worley in the Ben Revere deal with the Phillies, and have signed Kevin Correia, Mike Pelfrey, and Rich Harden, they could very well dabble in Myers, who should also garner interest from the Padres. He would appear to be one of the next big pitchers to go, along with Kyle Lohse.