Publicado: Sol, Marcha 11, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Major League Baseball free agency rumors: Twins, Lance Lynn agree to 1-year deal

Major League Baseball free agency rumors: Twins, Lance Lynn agree to 1-year deal

Mike Moustakas signed a one-year deal with the Royals for $6 million after rejecting Kansas City's $17.4 million qualifying offer. Lynn did post a 3.43 ERA all the same, and it's fair to think he could improve with a normal offseason in his rear view.

- Not content to start the season with their current starting rotation, the Twins have dipped into the free-agent pool once more. The righthander made a decision to accept a one-year contract and re-enter the free-agent market again next winter.

Our own Grant Brisbee ranked Lynn 8th in his offseason free agent rankings back in November, before the offseason came to a screeching halt and signings became rarer than a Loch Ness Monster sighting.

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According to FanRag Sports, the Twins are closing in on signing former Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn.

The downside for Lynn is that his peripherals weren't as good as they usually are. They will also lose $500,000 in their global free-agent budget. The Twins, meanwhile, are loading up for another postseason run, having acquired Lynn, Logan Morrison and Jake Odorizzi in recent weeks. Ervin Santana will return in May from finger surgery, and the Twins have been sorting through a half-dozen other candidates to fill out their starting rotation. Among them are Sanchez, Phil Hughes, Adalberto Mejia, Tyler Duffey and Stephen Gonsalves - but Lynn now figures to move into the rotation, too.

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