(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Twins were busy over the weekend, as they made three blockbuster trades. On Saturday, the team dealt catcher Mitch Garver to the Texas Rangers for shortstop Isiah Kiner-Falefa and pitching prospect Ronny Henriquez. The Twins then sent Kiner-Falefa with third baseman Josh Donaldson and catcher Ben Rortvedt to the New York Yankees in exchange for catcher Gary Sanchez and infielder Gio Urshela. Additionally, the Twins acquired an ace starting pitcher yesterday, receiving Sonny Gray from the Cincinnati Reds for 2021 first-round draft pick Chase Petty. By trading away Donaldson, the Twins get rid of a hefty contract that was worth 50-million dollars over the next two years. The Twins are reportedly trying to continue making moves with the money that they saved on Donaldson’s deal. Minnesota’s first Spring Training game is on Thursday.