Twins decline offer on Rosario; sign five arbitration-eligible players

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The Minnesota Twins declined to offer a 2021 contract to Eddie Rosario, their regular left fielder for the last six seasons. The Twins also decided to non-tender reliever Matt Wisler prior to MLB’s deadline. They reached one-year deals with five of their arbitration-eligible players: José Berríos ($6.1 million), center fielder Byron Buxton ($5,125,000), reliever Tyler Duffey ($2.2 million), catcher Mitch Garver ($1,875,000) and reliever Caleb Thielbar ($650,000). The 29-year-old Rosario made $7.75 million last season. He batted .257 with 13 homers and 42 RBIs with a .792 OPS.