Outfielder Torii Hunter will finish his big league career where it started. Hunter has reportedly signed a one-year, $10.5 million deal with the Minnesota Twins.
Hunter was a first round draft pick of the Twins in 1993. He made his big league debut with the club late in 1997 and soon became a fixture in centerfield winning 7 of his 9 career Gold Gloves over parts of 11 seasons. Hunter signed with the Los Angeles Angels as a free agent prior to 2008 and spent four seasons with them before moving on to Detroit where he spent the last two seasons with the Tigers. Hunter has played in the post-season on eight occasions in his career (four times with the Twins and twice each with the Angels and Tigers), but has never played in the World Series.