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Twins ace Jose Berrios says he turned down contract offer, waiting for bigger payday

Twins ace declined contract offer this winter, banking on a big year.

With only 5 at-bats so far this spring, Nelson Cruz in lineup vs. Red Sox

Jose Berrios, who has allowed runs in each of his first three starts, will be on the mound against Boston's A lineup.
Twinkie Town Mar 9, 2019
Could Jose Berrios win the Cy Young Award? The odds say... yes?

Could Jose Berrios win the Cy Young Award? The odds say... yes?

Odds for MLB’s end of year awards are out and the Twins’ ace is among the contenders We here at Twinkie Town do not condone gambling. However. If you so choose to partake in such acts, there may be some Twins-related odds you can put some money on. BetOnline released odds for the 2019 MLB MVP and Cy Young awards and Twins ace Jose Berrios is listed as a long shot bet to win the award, but the fact that he’s on the list is a sign of respect. Berrios is listed as a 28-1 favorite to win the AL Cy Young this season. The fourth-year righty isn’t exactly a front runner in the league...

Nelson Cruz in the lineup as Twins face Rays

Jose Berrios, in his first outing since being named Opening Day starter, is on the mound for the Twins. Game broadcasted on the Twins radio network
Twinkie Town Mar 5, 2019
Kyle Gibson should be the opening day starter

Kyle Gibson should be the opening day starter

Another “TJ loves Gibson” article, but hear me out According to basically all of the beat writers, Rocco Baldelli announced that Jose Berrios will be the Twins opening day starter. Seriously, take your pick of the tweets, here is just a small sample. Twins tab Jose Berrios as Opening Day starter and other notes: https://t.co/3ngg2Aj81e— Betsy Helfand (@betsyhelfand) March 5, 2019 Twins starter J.O. Berríos will get the nod on opening day, Rocco Baldelli said. #MNTwins— Derek Wetmore (@DerekWetmore) March 4, 2019 Jose Berrios, age 24, will be the youngest Opening Day...

Twins tap All-Star Berrios to start on opening day

Jose Berrios will be Minnesota's opening day starter, the first such assignment for the 24-year-old right-hander.

Berrios: Hope to face Arrieta again in Philly

Twins righthander Jose Berrios says he felt great during his start Sunday against Jake Arrieta and the Phillies, and hopes they match up again when the Twins visit Philadelphia next month.

Twins-Orioles pregame: Gibson makes progress toward starting a game

The Twins and Orioles meet for the second time in three days as staff ace Jose Berrios and catcher Jason Castro make their spring training debuts.

S.I. list is indictment of Twins' minor league development and decisions

Welcome to the Friday edition of The Cooler, where you can always count on the Wild to salvage something from a bad sports night. Let's get to it: *Keeping in mind that this list is purely subjective, we can still find some troubling nuggets within Sports Illustrated's compilation of the 100 best players currently in MLB. On the list, we find just two Twins players: pitcher Jose Berrios at No. 95 and new slugger Nelson Cruz at No. 64. We also find one former Twins prospect, Aaron Hicks, at No. 78. Now, on one hand maybe we should give the Twins a little more credit for the Cruz signing than...

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