The Minnesota Twins are a team with a lot of question marks heading into the 2022-2023 offseason.
After leading the American League Central for much of the 2022 season, the Twins began to slip in the standings and ultimately finished in third place in the division with a 78-84 record.
Now, Carlos Correa has hit the free agent market once again, and several other players have joined him.
Twins insider Do-Hyoung Park tweeted a list of notable Twins players who are no longer on the 40-man roster as of now.
Players who have been removed from the #MNTwins 40-man so far this offseason:
— Do-Hyoung Park (@dohyoungpark) November 7, 2022
Twins Have Holes To Fill
These are some key pieces that are no longer on the roster for the Twins.
But several notable players are not on the roster as of now and could end up leaving in free agency.
The Twins’ second half collapse was catastrophic, as it took them from first place to six games below the .500 mark by the end up the season.
With so many notable players having hit the free agent market, the Twins will need to be busy in order to stay competitive in the AL Central with the Cleveland Guardians and Chicago White Sox.