Twins Avoid Arbitration With Six Of Seven Players

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Twins locked down six players to contracts for the 2024 season. Minnesota reached agreements with six its seven arbitration-eligible players. Infielder Kyle Farmer, utility man Willi Castro, relievers Caleb Thielbar and Jorge Alcala, catcher Ryan Jeffers, and first baseman Alex Kirilloff all agreed to one-year pacts with Minnesota. Nick Gordon was the only eligible player to not come to an agreement with the team. He may have an arbitration hearing next month if no deal is reached.

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