It's the latest story in a series telling the surreal experience reporters had at spring training when the coronavirus pandemic took over.
It's part two of a series detailing the surreal spring training as the coronavirus impacted the MLB.
Hey, if you can't watch the real thing you might as well enjoy what could've been.
The season won't start until at least mid-May, which is good and bad news for the Twins.
The Twins were scheduled to begin the season later this month in Oakland.
There is a ban on large gatherings of more than 1,000 people in Oakland.
The Twins representation was tied for the third-highest in MLB.
All four sports leagues restricted locker rooms to players and "essential staff"
The team instituted a no-physical-contact policy due to help prevent spreading the virus.
The games may not count, but there are several things to keep Twins fans occupied.
The right-hander was sent back to the Dominican Republic to submit paperwork for a new visa.
Target Field is great for craft beers, but you might need help finding them.
You know the usual suspects, but there are other players to keep an eye on in Fort Myers.
Gonzalez was a key player for the 2017 world champion Astros.
Maeda should provide a boost to the Twins' starting rotation.
The reports range from a Saturday deadline to pulling out of the deal completely.
No word if the Twins are projected to win a playoff series for the first time since 2002.
The veteran left-hander signed a minor league deal with the Twins on Saturday.