The Minnesota Twins continue to make moves in their structure for the next campaign of the MLB and this Tuesday they have acquired outfielder Michael A. Taylor came to the team from the real from Kansas City, a team that received youngsters Evan Sisk and Steven Cruz.

The Twins had already acquired free agent Carlos Correa and now they just need to decide if they will offer a contract to Gary Sánchez, who did not have his best season last season.

In part of the team’s moves, the Twins selected right-hander AJ Alexy by assignment to make room for Taylor on the 40-man roster.

Taylor, 31, posted a .254/.313/.357 offensive line with nine home runs and 43 RBIs in 124 games with the Royals last season. He is expected to take a starting job with the Twins in the next major league season.

The veteran outfielder spent his first seven seasons with the Washington Nationals, helping the club win a World Series in 2019. Taylor has earned a reputation as one of the game’s top defensive outfielders and won a Gold Glove with the Royals. in 2021.