Minnesota Twins Web Gems: Nava, Cotts and TV
If I told you that a bunch of moves happened yesterday, I wouldn’t be lying to you. I would never do that to you. You mean way too much to me, Carroll. Let’s skip all the small talk, Carroll. Here’s the MLB headlines that you want and deserve, Carroll. Like always it’s via the Minnesota Twins Web Gems from Fansided.
Editor’s Note: No Carrolls were hurt in the making of these Web Gems… I hope.
- To Bean Town we go, the Red Sox have avoided arbitration with Daniel Nava. BoSox Injection has more on the one-year deal.
- Across the border we go, or for myself I can look out my window, to Wisconsin. The Brewers of Milwaukee have signed a reliever to help their bullpen and that man is Neal Cotts. Reviewing The Brew has more on the Brew Crew’s new arm.
- Chad Billingsley had been known as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, but now he is calling home the other side of the country. Bilingsley is headed to the Philadelphia Phillies. Lasorda’s Lair fills you in.
- Another move for the Atalanta Braves! The Braves have signed Dian Toscano. Grading On The Curve will inform you more on the move.
- First of a couple moves for the Toronto Blue Jays: they have signed Ramon Santiago. Jays Journal with the first breakdown.
- Second move north of the border gives us the minor league addition of Ronald Belisario. We go back to our friends at Jays Journal for more.
- Here is a Minnesota Twins note for your troubles: Fox Sports North has announced the Spring Training games that the network will air. We are just that close to real life pretend baseball being on our television screens! Rejoice the end to winter is near!
I am done. Enjoy your weekend and the Super Bowl and somehow trying to get to work on Monday. Remember I’m pulling for ya, we’re all in this together.
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