Minnesota Twins' GM Terry Ryan may be happy with the current roster heading into 2013, but that doesn't mean the team is out of the hunt for the remaining free-agent crop.
Even though the offseason is coming to a close, there are still a long list of names still without a job in 2013. In fact, one could just about put together a team of former Twins straight out of free agency: Kyle Lohse, Jason Bartlett, Orlando Hudson, Jim Thome, Carl Pavano, Matt Capps, Livan Hernandez, Jon Rauch and J.C. Romero will most likely end up somewhere in the coming weeks—just probably not in Minnesota. The priority in Minny has been strictly pitching, with a side of spring training invites.
So far the Twins have added Kevin Correia, Mike Pelfrey and Rich Harden via free agency and have been linked to many more. Jon Morosi linked the team to Edwin Jackson and Joe Saunders, while Twins Daily speculated Shaun Marcum could be an option.
Most of the final Twins roster spots will surely be filled from within, but there are a few remaining upgrades possible from free agency. Here's a quick look at the best of the rest, as we petition the front office to continue the rebuild in Minnesota.