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Twins Unconditionally Release P Anibal Sanchez

FT. MYERS, Fla. (AP) – The Minnesota Twins have unconditionally released right-hander Anibal Sanchez after a three-week stint with the club.

The move was made Sunday, clearing a space on the 40-man roster. 115 more words


In Search of Prestigious Launch Angle and Exit Velocity

Let’s look at the most common and prosperous launch angle/exit velocity combination in Major League Baseball for 2015 through the 2017 season. I’ll start with the highest incidents of exit velocity (in this case, 97 MPH) and launch angle (13 degrees). 584 more words


The Athletic: Did the Twins do enough?

The Twins came into the offseason with a clear need for pitching and a stated desire to go big in the pursuit of it. As we move into March, the Twins have added five arms (six if you include Rule 5 pick Tyler Kinley, a 27-year-old righty reliever out of the Marlins’ system who struggled in Double-A last year), but have they done enough to fend off the Angels and return to the Wild Card Game? 11 more words

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Twins Finalize Deal With Anibal Sanchez

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have finalized their low-risk contract with right-hander Anibal Sanchez, securing another experienced candidate for their rotation.

Sanchez signed the one-year, non-guaranteed deal on Tuesday before throwing his first bullpen session with the team. 83 more words


There's no chance to compete without adding starting pitching.

Here we are, just 37 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to the Ed Smith Stadium Complex in Sarasota, Florida. In just over seven weeks, the thoughts of daily baseball routines, fresh cut grass and warmer weather all return. 546 more words


Tigers Won't Pick Up Team Option On RHP Anibal Sanchez

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Tigers are declining their $16 million option on right-hander Anibal Sanchez.

General manager Al Avila confirmed that Friday following the team’s  82 more words


Andrew Romine: LF/CF/RF/3B/SS/2B/C/P/1B

There’s a chance today’s game between the Tigers and the Twins gets rained out. If not, it will be a superlative has-been match-up between Aníbal Sánchez and Bartolo Colón for a Duel of the Démodés.  438 more words