Catching up on some minor league moves from around the baseball world…
- The Twins outrighted Derek Law to Triple-A after the right-hander cleared waivers. Minnesota designated Law for assignment earlier this week. Law signed a minor league deal with the Twins during the offseason and posted an 8.53 ERA over 6 1/3 relief innings for the team, which marked Law’s first MLB action since he tossed 60 2/3 innings for the Blue Jays in 2019. In parts of five big league seasons with the Giants, Jays, and Twins, Law has a 4.38 ERA and 22.5% strikeout rate over 172 2/3 career innings.
- Outfielder Lane Adams signed with the Acereros de Monclova of the Mexican Baseball League. Adams hit .263/.333/.467 over 154 career MLB plate appearances (with a perfect 11-for-11 record in stolen base attempts) with the Royals and Braves, appearing in parts of three seasons from 2014-18. Since his last big league game, Adams inked minor league deals with the Phillies and Braves in 2019, and then the Twins last season.