3:28 AM EST, Sun March 01, 2015

Twinsights: A Jason Kubel update from brother-in-law Michael Tonkin

FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Former Twins outfielder Jason Kubel hasn’t officially retired, but he has yet to secure a contract for 2015. “He’s not actively seeking anything,” said Twins reliever Michael Tonkin, Kubel’s brother-in-law. Kubel, 32, hit just .224 in 45 games (176 plate appearances) for the Twins last season before being released after the June signing of Kendrys Morales. Along with Jason Bartlett and Matt Guerrier, Kubel was brought in for 2014 in hopes to providing a veteran presence in the Twins clubhouse. Bartlett retired in April. Guerrier was released in July and has yet...

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