11:14 PM EDT, Thu October 08, 2015

Twinsights: Neal Cotts open to a return with the Twins

Neal Cotts will turn 36 next March, but the veteran left-hander definitely plans to pitch again in 2016. “Oh, yeah,” he said Saturday. “Of course. I feel great. The last three years have been good and injury free, for the most part. I’m going to keep it going as long as I can, pretty much.” One of five prospective free agents on the Twins, Cotts made $3 million this season on a one-year deal. Also eligible for free agency after the World Series are right fielder Torii Hunter, right-hander Mike Pelfrey and fellow relievers Brian Duensing and Blaine Boyer. In […] The post...

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