Twins talking to A.J. Pierzynski about a return to Minnesota
The Twins are interested in A.J. Pierzynski, who has caught for the Giants, White Sox and Rangers since leaving Minnesota.
With star Joe Mauer moving from catcher, Minneosta likes the idea of returning Pierzynski to his roots. It is believed they'd like to do it on a one-year basis.
Pierzynski played in Texas last year after signing for $7.5 million and one year. But long before that, he was the Twins' catcher.
The Twins have a deal with infielder Jason Bartlett, who -- like Piuerzynski -- once was a Twin.
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