Suzuki, 30, will earn $2.75 million under terms of his deal with the Twins. He could earn more in incentives while splitting time behind home plate with Josmil Pinto.
Source: Suzuki deal with #Twins is for one year, $2.75M plus incentives.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 20, 2013
Last season Suzuki’s offensive numbers bottomed out to .232/.290/.337 with five home runs and 32 RBI in 285 at-bats. He’s unlikely to improve on that line much but offers the Twins stellar defense and is considered a positive clubhouse guy.