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The Minnesota Twins have been "linked to" free agent starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong, according to the Minneapolis Star -Tribune.
The 37-year-old Vogelsong pitched for the Giants the last four seasons, compiling a 39-35 record with a 3.74 over that span.
In 2014, Vogelsong posted a 4.00 ERA in 32 starts. He struggled in the 2014 postseason, giving up nine earned runs in 12.1 innings pitched over four appearances.
On December 5, Giants assistant general manager Bobby Evans went on KNBR 680 and discussed Vogelsong as well as fellow free agent starter Jake Peavy.
"Peavy and Vogelsong are both on the market and they're both guys we're staying in touch with," Evans said. "They're aware of what were trying to do."
Vogelsong is coming off a one-year deal with the Giants in which he made $5 million.