Twins make flurry of signings ahead of bargaining deadline
The Minnesota Twins announced several roster moves Tuesday in advance of the Dec. 1 MLB collective bargaining deadline.
The club agreed to one-year deals with three relief pitchers: right-handers Jharel Cotton ($700,000) and Tyler Duffey ($3.8 million) and southpaw Caleb Thielbar ($1.3 million). Duffey and Thielbar return to the Twins organization, while Cotton spent 2021 with the Texas Rangers.
The Twins also tendered contracts to left-handed pitcher Taylor Rogers, catcher Mitch Garver and infielder/outfielder Luis Arraez.
The organization non-tendered left-handed pitcher Danny Coulombe or right-handed pitchers Trevor Megill and Juan Minaya, all of whom are now free agents.