Back to the Minnesota Twins Newsfeed

Minnesota Twins Free Agency: Ranking the Twins potential starting pitching targets

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or still in a cave after another ALDS sweep), the Minnesota Twins need pitching and are heading into this offseason looking to acquire it. Although two spots in the rotation are currently filled with Jose Berrios under contract and Jake Odorizzi returning on a one-year qualifying offer, the Twins are still looking to fill the other three spots either in the free agent market or via trade.

Between Kyle Gibson (who signed with the Texas Rangers last week), Martin Perez (who had his club option declined) and Michael Pineda (who is at the end of his two-year deal with the team), the Twins will be looking to replace 761 1/3 innings on the mound, which means they’ll have to ditch their notoriously frugal ways of the past in order to field a competitive staff in 2020.