Miguel Sanó’s contract with the Minnesota Twins could be worth $44.25 million over four seasons. Sanó is guaranteed $30 million over three seasons under the deal announced Tuesday. Minnesota has a $14 million option for 2023 with a $2.75 million buyout, and the option price could escalate by up to $3 million depending on performance from 2020-22.
Posted: January 16, 2020, 11:21 pm
Ever since Anthony Rendon signed a seven-year, $245 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels at the Winter Meetings, the biggest storyline surrounding the Nationals has been who will be replacing him at third base. While some combination of Asdrúbal Cabrera, Starlin Castro, Howie Kendrick and Carter Kieboom will do well to ensure third base doesn’t become a hole in the lineup, Rendon’s offense won’t be replicated by one single player. Trea Turner is a logical choice given that he’ll be playing with all 10 fingers instead of nine.
Posted: January 16, 2020, 11:06 pm