The latest minor moves from around baseball:
- The Twins signed infielder Sherman Johnson to a minor-league contract and assigned him to Double-A Wichita, per an announcement from the Kane County Cougars of the independent American Association. Johnson had signed with the indy ball team in March but will now return to the affiliated ranks. The 30-year-old got to the majors with the 2018 Angels, going hitless over eleven plate appearances. Johnson has played most of his pro career in the Los Angeles system, although he’s also spent time in the Reds’ and Pirates’ organizations over the past couple years. He has a .232/.348/.359 line in parts of four seasons at Double-A and a very similar .241/.347/.364 mark at Triple-A.