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The Minnesota Twins are officially out of the playoffs for the 2019 season. There’s nothing to do but to look to the future and see how the Bomba Squad will look in 2020. To start that process, it’s important to take a look at and see who is under team control for next season and who is dipping their toes into the free agent market.
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Below are the Twins players broken down by free agency, arbitration, etc. I’ve gathered this information from RosterResource, which is a very useful tool when looking at team payroll breakdown as well as current roster construction for the big-league team and some minor-league information. (Did you know the Twins were still paying the San Diego Padres for Phil Hughes’ contract? Yikes.)
Arbitration-eligible Players and teams can work together on a salary number for next season up until a certain deadline, which is announced after the postseason wraps up. If they don’t agree on a number by that deadline, then they head to arbitration hearings.
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Teams can choose to non-tender a player, which means they will not offer them a contract for next season and is therefore released to free agency. Teams can also sign an extension with arb-eligible players, like they did with Max Kepler and Jorge Polanco last off-season, which ends their arbitration years.
In parentheses is the player’s salary this year followed by what year of arbitration eligibility they are in this off-season.
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1B C.J. Cron ($4 million, arb 3) 3B Miguel Sano ($2.65 million, arb 2) INF Ehire Adrianza ($1.3 million, arb 4) OF Eddie Rosario ($4.19 million, arb 2) OF Byron Buxton ($1.75 million, arb 2) SP Jose Berrios ($620,000, arb 1) RP Taylor Rogers ($1.525 million, arb 2) RP Trevor May ($900,000, arb 3) RP Sam Dyson ($5 million, arb 4) Pre-arbitration Pre-arb players are not able to go to arbitration against their teams regarding their salary. Some pre-arb players will get slightly hire salaries then the previous year based on performance.
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Right-hander Jake Odorizzi may have made the final start of his Twins tenure on Monday. Odorizzi turned in a solid performance against the high-powered Yankees, allowing two runs on five hits (with five strikeouts and no walks) in five innings, but that wasn’t enough to stave off elimination for the Twins. Minnesota fell 5-1 to finish off a three-game ALDS sweep for the Yankees, bringing an early end to an impressive bounce-back season for the Twins.
Now that Minnesota’s offseason has begun, chief baseball officer Derek Falvey and general manager Thad Levine must decide whether to aggressively pursue a new deal for Odorizzi. The soon-to-be 30-year-old’s on the brink of free agency, where he’ll be among the top non-Gerrit Cole starters available, though he does seem open to re-signing with the Twins.
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Speaking in regards to his time with the Twins and his future Wednesday, Odorizzi told Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com and other reporters: “That’s out of my hands. I really enjoyed my two years here. If I’m back, great. I’ve really taken a liking to here. But if not, I wish nothing but the best. This is a great group of people from top to bottom. It’s tough to end the year, but at least I got to go out with great fans and a great atmosphere.”
Odorizzi, whom the Twins acquired from the Rays entering the 2018 season, is coming off a career year at an opportune moment. The first-time All-Star pitched to a 3.51 ERA/3.36 FIP with 10.08 K/9 and 3.0 BB/9 across 159 innings, averaging a personal-best 92.9 mph on his fastball along the way.
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Thanks to his strong production this season, Odorizzi will go into free agency as a qualifying offer candidate. Receiving a QO wouldn’t do Odorizzi any favors as he prepares to go to the market, as it would require a team to cough up a draft pick(s) while likely giving him a substantial payday over a couple years. However, it’s possible the Twins will simply let Odorizzi walk instead of risking having to pay an $18MM-plus salary for 2019 should he accept a QO. That said, waving goodbye to Odorizzi would be a tough development for the Twins, who are also at risk of seeing Kyle Gibson and Michael Pineda bolt via free agency. Additionally, they’ll have a decision to make on Martin Perez, who has a $7.5MM club option or a $500K buyout for next year.
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Along with No. 1 starter Jose Berrios, each of Odorizzi, Gibson, Pineda and Martin were key components of a Minnesota rotation that saw all of them amass at least 26 starts during a 101-victory, AL Central-winning 2019. The lone member of the quintet who rivaled Berrios in effectiveness was Odorizzi, who may be in another uniform the next time he takes the ball.
C Mitch Garver ($575,000) C Willians Astudillo ($560,000) INF Luis Arraez ($555,000) RP Tyler Duffey ($555,000) Team Options The Twins have two players that have a team option built into their contract. The team can opt to exercise their option and keep the player on the team for that year. The other choice is to not exercise the option. Most contracts that have a team option also have a buy-out amount built into it, meaning that if the team does not exercise the option, the team pays the player that amount and the player hits the free agent market.
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DH Nelson Cruz ($14 million 2019 salary; $12 million 2020 salary or $300,000 buyout)* SP Martin Perez ($3.9 million 2019 salary; $7.5 million 2020 salary or $500,000 buyout) *The Twins have already exercised their team option for Cruz as of this morning.
Under Contract Below are players that are under contract with Minnesota in 2020.
UTIL Marwin Gonzalez (free agency in 2021) OF Max Kepler (club option in 2024) OF Jorge Polanco (club options in 2024 and 2025) Free Agents Below are players whose contracts with the team have expired after the 2019 season or do not have any arbitration years remaining, so they are left to free agency. Of course, the player and the team can sign an extension if they wish to do so instead of testing the free agent market.
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In parentheses is the salary that the player made this season as well as if it was the end of the contract or end of arbitration.
C Jason Castro ($8 million; end of 3-yr./$24.5 million contract) 2B Jonathan Schoop ($7.5 million; end of 1-yr./$7.5 million contract) SP Michael Pineda ($7,053,763, adjusted for suspension; end of 2-yr./$10 million contract) RP Sergio Romo ($2.55 million; end of 1-yr/$2.5 million contract) SP Kyle Gibson ($8.125 million; end of arbitration eligibility) SP Jake Odorizzi ($9.5 million; end of arbitration eligibility) There’s the breakdown of the Twins’ roster and what their status is going into the off-season. We’ll have plenty of more content coming your way, but what moves do you think the Twins will make? What moves do you want the front office to make?