Good News: Just In Minnesota Twins Confirmed Another Addition Top Talented MLB Star To Squad

The Minnesota Twins have added reliever Diego Castillo to their bullpen, promoting him from Triple-A St. Paul after sending Kody Funderburk down. This season, Castillo has pitched in 18 games for the Saints, achieving a 2.50 ERA over 18 innings, with 22 strikeouts, six walks, five saves, and holding batters to a .194 average.

The 30-year-old pitcher joined the Twins in late March after three years with the Seattle Mariners, and prior to that, he played for the Tampa Bay Rays.

Throughout his career, Castillo has maintained a 3.22 ERA over 268.1 innings, with 304 strikeouts, 101 walks, and a .200 batting average against.

To accommodate Castillo on the 40-man roster, the Twins placed reliever Justin Topa on the 60-day injured list due to left patellar tendinitis.

The Twins, currently on a winning streak with five victories in their last six games, are set to continue their four-game series against Kansas City on Tuesday night at Target Field.

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