Minnesota Twins: Which Players May Be on the Way Out?
Struggling Minnesota Twins may need to start looking to trade away some assets, who could they try to move?
Like or not, the Minnesota Twins are on the verge of full on selling mode and that means the front office may start looking to cast off some assets for whatever value the team can possibly get.
So where does that leave some members of the team?
That remains to be seen as the Twins are likely not to get anything that will be of substantial gain unless they trade away players like Miguel Sano, Byron Buxton or Jose Berrios.
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And for obvious reasons those trades are not going to happen.
Also excluded are names like Joe Mauer, Eddie Rosario and John Ryan Murphy. We’re excluding Mauer due to the likelihood of him actually being traded being slim to none.
We’re excluding Rosario and Murphy due to them being in the minors currently and only focusing on players in the majors.
So that leaves us with a few other names that could see themselves on the trading block. Again, the team probably won’t gain much in terms of value from them but something is better than nothing.
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And while this isn’t a complete list of players viewed as potential trade chips, it gives a quick glance at just a few players who the Twins could move and which teams could potentially be fits for each.