Twins Rumors: Minnesota Not Done Adding Pitchers?

Even after adding several pitchers this offseason to help fill out their starting rotation, the Minnesota Twins may not be done adding arms, reports La Velle E. Neal III of the Star Tribune.

"I wouldn't say we're done," assistant General Manager Rob Antony said. "I wouldn't say were pushing hard. We have our feelers out there. If the situation is right, we could do something else. If not, we're O.K. too.''

So far this offseason the Twins have acquired pitchers Vance Worley and Trevor May from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for outfielder Ben Revere. They also sent outfielder Denard Span to the Washington Nationals for Alex Meyer.

Beyond their trades, Minnesota also signed veterans Mike Pelfrey and Kevin Correia along with Rich Harden, who received a minor league contract. In-house option Scott Diamond, Worley, Pelfrey and Correia are expected to occupy the first four slots of the Twins’ 2013 rotation. While they could elect to slide someone currently on their roster into the No. 5 spot, they could also add another arm if the price is right.

The Twins possible remaining free agent targets include Joe Saunders, Brett Myers and Shaun Marcum.

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3 Responses to Twins Rumors: Minnesota Not Done Adding Pitchers?

  1. The Twins will not contend with this pitching staff and the front office are kidding themselves if they think they will!!! Can you say another 90+ loses

    1. It will likely be a log rebuilding process

  2. Considering they traded two outfielders this winter and the current makeup of their team, I'd say rebuilding is underway in Minnesota.


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