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The Twins Pass, which provide standing room access to all home games except the April 2 home opener, also comes with an opportunity to upgrade.
Manager Rocco Baldelli had 145 different lineups in 162 games last season, so there definitely won't be any set order.
The former Royals and Phillies pitching coach will be the team's bullpen coach.
The son of the former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire will replace Joel Skinner.
Danny Coulombe, Caleb Thielbar, Cody Asche, Jack Reinheimer and Wilfredo Tovar will be on the roster of Class AAA Rochester.
With Gerrit Cole signed, the price for the former Giants left hander went higher. Dallas Keuchel, Hyun-Jin Ru and Rick Porcello are other options.
Cruz has already won the Edgar Martinez Award after hitting 41 home runs as the Twins set a major league record with 307 round trippers.
Bringing back first baseman C.J. Cron, who wasn't offered a 2020 contract last week, is one of their contingency plans, based on how other pursuits wind up.
The veteran lefthander was second in National League Cy Young Award voting last season, but will be 33 next season and has a history of injury.
The left-handed hitting veteran will replace Jason Castro, who is a free agent. He's been with Arizona for the past two seasons.
The longtime University of Minnesota coach has 11 Big Ten titles and 19 NCAA appearances.
Ehire Adrianza was one of 11 players eligible for salary arbitration this winter and the only one who agreed to a contract on deadline day.
Nelson Cruz in 2019 was the leading home run hitter on the game's greatest home-run hitting team, helping the Twins win their first AL Central title since 2010.
Hardy, a 32-year-old lefthander, pitched six seasons for Detroit, but had elbow problems in 2019 and was outrighted in October.
The team also promoted Alex Hassan and Jeremy Raadt after a season where they won 101 games and the American League Central title.
The two were considered the best hitters at their positions during the 2019 season, when the Twins broke the MLB record for home runs.
Lewis played both center field and shortstop for Salt River in the postseason minor league prospects games.
The former Twins first baseman retired, partly because of concussion-related issues, after being an American League MVP and National League batting champion.
Twins starter Jake Odorizzi gave up a solo home run to Gleyber Torres in the second inning, and the Yankees added single runs in the third and seventh innings. Eddie Rosario's home run in the eighth closed the gap, but the Yankees quickly widened it again with two ninth-inning runs.
Randy Dobnak, one week after getting married, will face Masahiro Tanaka as the Twins hope to even up the best-of-five series.