Minnesota Twins prepared to sell, GM Terry Ryan says
Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan says his team will listen to all trade offers, according to a report from MLB.com's Rhett Bollinger.
The Twins currently sit in last place in the AL Central, 11 games behind the Tigers. From Bollinger's report:
"We're in a tough spot right now and we've been in a tough spot for four years," Ryan said. "So you have to listen. And that's what we do."
Bollinger notes that several Twins veterans have been attached to trade rumors recently:
Several Twins veterans such as outfielder Josh Willingham, right-hander Kevin Correia, designated hitter Kendrys Morales and catcher Kurt Suzuki have had their names pop up in trade rumors.
Minnesota hasn't made the postseason since 2010. The Twins haven't won a playoff series since they won the World Series in 1991.
- Aaron Somers