Minnesota Twins: Holiday Wish List for the rest of the Offseason

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Minnesota Twins right fielder Max Kepler hits a single during the sixth inning against the Texas Rangers. (Jordan Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)
Minnesota Twins right fielder Max Kepler hits a single during the sixth inning against the Texas Rangers. (Jordan Johnson-USA TODAY Sports) /
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The holiday season is in full swing, but the Minnesota Twins have been very stingy in giving their fans gifts this offseason. After missing out on the big name free-agents like Carlos Correa and Carlos Rodon, they’ve only made two additions, and the 2023 offseason is starting to look less merry and bright and more scary with fright.

The team has a good enough rotation, bullpen, and lineup to be competitive, but only if everyone stays perfectly healthy and performs to their ability, but we already know that won’t happen. Instead, the team needs to make some additions to boost their depth and their talent level more than just Christian Vazquez and Joey Gallo.

With this in mind, we put together a sort of holiday wish list for the front office to help make the fans happy, prepare the team for contention in 2023, and avoid a disastrous offseason (like many before).

Making a holiday wish list for the Minnesota Twins to complete this offseason.

On this list, we didn’t put things that were overly unrealistic. I’m not looking for a Shohei Ohtani trade or a mega deal that nets the Twins a superstar. These are all realistic options that help fill the Twins’ remaining issues, so we’ll get started with one of the biggest.

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