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Josh Donaldson agrees to four-year deal with Twins

Josh Donaldson, the former American League MVP who retook his career with a single outstanding season in Atlanta, has agreed to a free-agent contract with the Minnesota Twins, sources said Tuesday.

The deal, pending a physical, is expected to be for $92 million over four seasons with an option for a fifth year that could bring the total value to $100 million.

Since winning the American League Central with 101 wins last season, the Twins have added Donaldson, pitchers Homer Bailey, Rich Hill, Tyler Clippard and Sergio Romo and catcher Alex Avila. They also re-signed starting pitcher Michael Pineda.