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Apologizes for cheating
Boston not likely
Twins won't move him
Part of team's "win now" philosophy
Maeda, who the Twins acquired as part of a three-team trade with the Red Sox and Dodgers on Tuesday, is thought to have more short-term value to franchise than top prospect Brusdar Graterol, who they gave up for him, Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com reports.
Officially moving to first base
Decides on Twins
Incentive-loaded deal with Twins
Looking to keep momentum with Twins
Potential position switch on tap
Targeted by Marlins
Addresses chronic ankle issue
Could be trade bait
ALDS start helps free-agent stock?
Odorizzi might have helped his free-agency stock with his five-inning, two-run start in Game 3 of the American League Division Series against the Yankees.
Looking like non-tender candidate
Cron, who had a 0.3 fWAR during the regular season, could be non-tendered by the Twins this winter.
Likely Game 1 starter
Prepping for move to center field?
Pitching way into playoff rotation?
Iffy for postseason roster
Gibson, who has a 7:9 K:BB in 7.1 innings since his return from the injured list, is looking questionable to make the Twins' postseason roster.
Aiming to stick with Minnesota
Could help in rotation
Smeltzer, who posted a 3.63 ERA in 74.1 innings at Triple-A Rochester this season, could step into the rotation after Michael Pineda was hit with a 60-game PED ban.
OBP may hurt free-agency case
Bench role in September?
Miller, who has 35 stolen bases at Triple-A this season, could get a look in a bench role in September.
Option for Twins this season?
Name request in failed trade talks
Subject of failed trade chatter