The 2022 MLB season has come to a conclusion, meaning front offices around the league are now going to start shifting attention to offseason free agents. 131 players were officially declared as free agents on Sunday, including five Minnesota Twins pros that made an impact this past season.
The two biggest names on this list stem from the franchise's catching ranks, including Gary Sanchez and Sandy Leon. Sanchez joined the team via a trade with the New York Yankees offseason and was largely disappointing with a .205/.282/.377 slash line and 16 home runs.
Leon joined Minnesota before the trade deadline and slashed just .179/.270/.232 in 25 games. The other free agents include outfielder Billy Hamilton, and pitchers Aaron Sanchez and Michael Fulmer.
One name not yet on this list is Carlos Correa. The superstar shortstop is expected to opt out of his current deal and test the free agency market for the second consecutive offseason.
As it stands, the Twins hold +6000 odds to win the 2023 World Series on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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