1-on-1 with Twins 3B Miguel Sano on contract extension, potentially moving to 1B, and more

Updated: January 14, 2020 04:46 PM

Twins third baseman Miguel Sano talked with our Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson about his new 3-year contract extension, the potential of moving to first base, and more.

Terms of Sano's deal:


2020: $7 million

2021: $11.25 million

2022: $9 million

2023: $14 million club option with a $2.75 million buyout

***Click the video box above to hear from Sano and his agent/right-hand man, Miguel Alvarez***

Sano's agent/right-hand man, Miguel Alvarez, said that the plan is for Sano to head to Fort Myers for training later this month. While in the Dominican Republic, Sano has been training at both third and first base. The Twins have a big $$ offer on the table for free agent Josh Donaldson. If he accepts, Sano would move to first base.

Sano, 26, hit 34 homers in 2019 in only 105 games. He said his biggest 2020 goal is to stay healthy for a full season.

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