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Linked to Blue Jays
Bound for minors
No trade imminent
Candidate to be non-tendered
Might leave Minnesota
Looking for two-year deal
Cruz is believed to be in search of a two-year contract this offseason, LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Surprise non-tender candidate?
May have shot to start
Should be ready for spring training
Hopes to remain with Twins
Could make MLB debut in playoffs
Targeted for Tuesday return
Could exploit White Sox pitching
Donaldson, whose Twins will face the division-rival White Sox on 10 occasions due to the unique format of the 2020 schedule, could benefit from the matchup based on his long history of success against Chicago, Sarah Langs of MLB.com reports.
No plan to retire after 2020
Cruz told Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune on Tuesday that he doesn't expect to retire after the 2020 season. "I don't see it [soon]. A lot of people who retire from baseball do it because injuries start to come. They kill you during the game, and you don't want to be in pain," Cruz said. "You start to not perform the way you used to, and the game takes you out. But my body is in good shape, and I'm doing everything I can to keep it that way. Why would I retire?"
Sneaky candidate for .400 average?
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