Yeah, wiavers or a trade. The idiotic, knee-jerk, complete-lack-of-market-sense Jaun Castro mulit-year signing is coming back to haunt them. The man with the career .269 on-base percentage has committed seven errors this spring, and if he had wisely been given just a non-roster spring training invite, he'd have been sent home already. But because the Twins have to pay him a million dollars a season for two years, he'll make the team, even though he's just a worn down, 33 year old version of Nick Punto, who will also be on the roster.
So, instead of carrying a fifth outfielder, it looks like the Twins are going with not one, but two futility infielders because they're too stubborn to admit what anyone with an IQ over 70 knew, that you don't sign a 33-year old career back-up shortstop to a multi-year deal or give him anything north of veteran's minimum. On top of that, there is another Punto/Castro clone in Augie Ojeda that will start the season in AAA.
Woulda been nice to keep Restro. He's got a ton of power. Won't ever hit for a respectable average, but could develop into a player worth having, unlike a 33-year old Castro.