The 2018 Minnesota Twins were a paradox. The 2017 iteration had made it to the Wild Card game, and while it was yet another loss to those damn New York Yankees, the vibes around the team were generally good. They brought back most of the team heading into spring training that year. Lance Lynn — a perennial innings eater and solid No. 2-3 starter — fell into their lap on a one-year deal. So too did Logan Morrison, who had hit 38 home runs the year before and was frankly a bit surprised he didn’t receive a qualifying offer from the Tampa Bay Rays.
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