The Twins reportedly offered a deal in excess of $20 million per season.
He's not a pitcher, but he would help improve the Twins.
The right-hander signed with Toronto on a four-year deal.
It's not cold all year, you know?
Do players just not want to come to Minnesota?
Three of the top, but not the top, Gerrit Cole.
The lefty is looking for a second chance in the big leagues.
Reports say the Twins also like left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu.
The biggest week of the offseason is here as the Twins head to San Diego.
It appears two AL Central teams are in on Bumgarner.
Numerous players were not tendered contracts on Monday, making them free agents.
The Twins free agency push could reportedly take a hit thanks to the state's 9.85% tax rate.