In this period of uncertainty in the work stoppage MLB, the rumors of possible signings do not stop occurring with several top free agents still on the market, how could it be el veteranazo Zack Greinke, who just finished contract with the Houston Astros and at 38 years old, he is still looking to play in the Big Top and there is no shortage of possible places to sign.
According to information from David Youngs of Twins Daily, the Minnesota Twins could sign right-hander Zack Greinke for the 2022 season for what would be his 19th Major League campaign, which would be a nice addition to a rotation that lost his ace José Berríos in 2021 and with a lack of experience.
Greinke has been coming out of a massive contract at the end of 2021, which he signed with the Diamondbacks in 2016 for 6 years and for 206 million dollars, and then was traded to the Astros in 2019, where he had good performances, since he finished his career. in Houston with a 3.89 ERA with a 22-10 record, 239 strikeouts and 300 innings over 2 1/2 seasons that included the shortened 2020 campaign.
Despite his age and his lack of pitching speed, he is still a reliable pitcher, as well as a great defender, as well as having great control and command on his pitches.