Twins in Agreement with Donovan Solano on Major League Deal
Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reported Tuesday afternoon that the Minnesota Twins are in agreement with infielder Donovan Solano on a Major League contract. Solano, 35, spent last season with the Cincinnati Reds and has hit .301/.350/.421 over the last four seasons while playing mostly first, second, and third base. The move is curious considering the Twins already have Kyle Farmer on the roster, a very similar player but one who can adequately play shortstop. What does the Solano signing mean for the rest of the roster? Is Trevor Larnach going to make the Opening Day group? Let's break it all down from every angle!
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