Twins Outfielder To Get Work At Every Position But Catcher & Pitcher This Spring

It looks like Minnesota Twins are going to take advantage of his athletic abilities.

According to's Do-Hyoung Park, Nick Gordon of the Minnesota Twins is expected to showcase his versatility this spring by practicing at every position except for catcher and pitcher.
Although he has never played first base professionally, the Twins hope to use Gordon at the position due to Alex Kirilloff's injury-prone nature.

In the 2022 season, Gordon demonstrated significant improvement, posting a .272/.316/.427 slash line, with nine home runs, 50 RBIs, six stolen bases and 45 runs scored over 136 games, in addition to impressive Statcast numbers.

While he may not have a designated starting role, the 27-year-old infielder could still see significant playing time in a super-utility capacity.

The twenty-seven-year-old is entering just his third major league season after he was selected fifth overall by the Twins in the 2014 MLB Draft. Photo Credit:  Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports