Twins make it official, sign SS Jamey Carroll - Bring Me The News

Twins make it official, sign SS Jamey Carroll

The Twins say they’ve wrapped up the signing of free-agent infielder Jamey Carroll. It’s a two-year deal worth a reported $6.75 million. Carroll, who hit .290 for the L.A. Dodgers last year, is expected to be the everyday shortstop.
Author:
Publish date:

The Twins say they’ve wrapped up the signing of free-agent infielder Jamey Carroll. It’s a two-year deal worth a reported $6.75 million. Carroll, who hit .290 for the L.A. Dodgers last year, is expected to be the everyday shortstop.

Next Up

Related

Twins sign shortstop Jamey Carroll

The Minnesota Twins have reached a deal with free agent shortstop Jamey Carroll. The deal is worth $7-million over two years. Carroll, 37, hit .290 in 146 games last season with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Report: Twins to sign Willingham

The Twins have reportedly reached an agreement with free-agent outfielder Josh Willingham. The Star Tribune says the deal is worth an estimated $21 million over three years. Members of the Twins organization have confirmed talks with Willingham's agents, but would not confirm a deal had been reached.

Could the Twins sign Buehrle or Reyes?

MLB's hot stove season is underway and Twins fans are hoping Bill Smith and company can lure in a big time free agent. The team needs a reliable No. 1 starter, and Mark Buehrle might be their match. If the team wants to go big they could attempt to sign shortstop Jose Reyes.

Phillies sign Thome; eyeing Cuddyer?

Former Twin and fan favorite Jim Thome signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia Saturday. Comcast SportsNet's Jim Salisbury says the Phillies are also pursuing Twins free-agent Michael Cuddyer.

Done deal: Twins sign Willingham

The Twins have announced they have come to terms with free agent outfielder Josh Wilingham. The deal is worth an estimated $21 million over three years.