Category Archives: International Signing

Top 20 Remaining Free Agents, Ranked

It would be an understatement to say that this off-season has been hectic. This has been one of the most chaotic off-seasons that I’ve ever seen with players changing uniforms at a breakneck pace. That having been said, the calendar … Continue reading

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Miguel Jean Officially Signs with the Minnesota Twins

It’s official…finally. More than two months after initially agreeing on a deal with a $3.15 million bonus, Miguel Jean is officially a member of the Minnesota Twins organization. Jean’s application for a work visa was approved Friday by the U.S. … Continue reading

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Minnesota Twins Preparing for an International Affair

The Minnesota Twins have spent most of June slowly gaining ground on the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central. Early next month, the Twins could quickly gain ground on the rest of the Major League Baseball when it comes … Continue reading

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