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Rotoworld
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Twins are open to trading Kendrys Morales.
Rotoworld 11 hours ago

Twins 'open to trading' Kendrys Morales - Kendrys Morales (DH) Minnesota Twins

FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Twins are open to trading Kendrys Morales.
KFFL 12 hours ago

Twins | Kendrys Morales potential trade chip

Minnesota Twins DH Kendrys Morales might be a piece the club is willing to trade. ...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jul 21, 2014

Minnesota Twins' Kendrys Morales sees plenty of time at first

After making just five starts at first base in his first month with the Twins, Kendrys Morales is starting to put down roots in the field.

Twinsights: What’s with Kendrys Morales playing so much first base?

After making just five starts at first base in his first month with the Twins, Kendrys Morales is starting to put down roots in the field. Monday’s start against Cleveland marked the sixth in the past seven games for Morales at first. Fellow first basemen Chris Parmelee and Chris Colabello also were in Monday’s lineup, but they were used in right field and at designated hitter, respectively. “I don’t mind him out there at all,” Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said of Morales. “He actually moves around pretty good. Got a great set of hands. So I like him over there.” Mora......
Twinkie Town Jul 15, 2014

Kendrys Morales wants to remain with the Twins

For as often as you hear impending-free-agent-wants-to-remain-with-club, this is actually something of surprise. You get used to hearing it. Scott Baker has said it. Carl Pavano. Josh Willingham. Mike Pelfrey. It's only a matter of time until Kurt Suzuki says it. Still, every once in a while the standard athlete-speak that we get used to hearing comes from a corner you don't expect. In this case, it sounds like even Kendrys Morales isn't immune to the charm of sticking with the team. Why does he want to stay with a team that won't contend this season? It's hard to say for sure, but we can...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jul 14, 2014

Twins' Kendrys Morales still 'likes Minnesota' despite slow start, agent says

When Kendrys Morales agreed to a one-year deal with the Twins on June 7, it caught the baseball world by surprise.

Twinsights: Kendrys Morales still “likes Minnesota” despite slow start, agent says

When Kendrys Morales agreed to a one-year deal with the Twins on June 7, it caught the baseball world by surprise. So far, so good, his agent Scott Boras said Monday. “He likes it here,” Boras said at the Hyatt Regency. “He likes Minnesota Read more..
KFFL Jul 14, 2014

Twins | Kendrys Morales open to long-term deal

Minnesota Twins DH Kendrys Morales is enjoying his time with the team and is open ...
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 11, 2014

Recap: Seattle vs. Minnesota

Kendrys Morales hit a two-run double and the Minnesota Twins beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Thursday night to earn Yohan Pino his first major-league win.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 10, 2014

Morales, Twins wield big bats in easy win at Seattle

Every time Minnesota Twins designated hitter Kendrys Morales has come to the plate in this series, he has been booed like a traitor.
Twinkie Town Jul 10, 2014

Twins Beat Down Mariners 8-1

This one was over early, allowing many Twins fans to go to bed at a decent time. Kyle Gibson is either really, really good, or he's awful. Tonight he was good. In his wins and no-decisions, Gibson has been absolutely dominant, but when he's charged with a loss, Gibson gets lit up. Thanks to an offensive explosion, Gibson was able to coast and the Twins had an easy victory. Hopefully Kendrys Morales is starting to heat up, as he hit an RBI double in the first to give the Twins the lead. They added four more runs in the second inning mainly thanks to a 2-run double from Chris Colabello. They...

Morales comes out swinging as Twins roll in Seattle

Designated hitter Kendrys Morales drove in three runs against his former team as the Twins rolled early.

Morales says there was “a little bit of talk” between him and the Mariners

With the Minnesota Twins in town, Kendrys Morales was again a topic in Seattle. The Mariners made Morales a three-year, $30 million offer last September — when he was still with the team — which he declined. The Mariners also made him the standard qualifying offer of $14.1 million, which he also declined. He spoke through an interpreter about his contract negotiations, so, his responses are through the lens of that interpreter. Which means they should be taken with a grain of salt. Here’s our talk with Morales: What are your general thoughts on being back?) “Not … Read more...

Kendrys Morales returns to Seattle, says he wanted to take his chances in free agency

The player who stirred as much off-season discussion as any in these parts --- Kendrys Morales --- is back in town this week with the Minnesota Twins. And before the first of four games here Monday, Morales met with some of the Seattle media corps about his decision after last season to not re-sign with Seattle. Not that he necessarily shed any new light on the situation. Morales, who spoke through an interpreter (who was one-time Mariner pitching coach Bobby Cuellar, who is now Minnesota's bullpen coach), essentially said he wanted to takes his chances in free agency and see what else was...

Twins 3, Texas 2

The Twins snapped a 10-game road losing streak with 3-2 win over Texas. Kendrys Morales drove in the game-winner with a double in the top of the ninth inning. Kyle Gibson gave up 8 hits, including a home run, in 8 innings to pick up his seventh win of the season. Updated 15 minutes ago

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