Aaron Hicks, Kyle Gibson among eight added to Twins' big-league roster
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Outfielder Aaron Hicks and right-hander Kyle Gibson were among eight players added to the Minnesota Twins' 40-man roster on Tuesday.
The others were: infielder Danny Santana, catcher Josmil Pinto, left-handed pitcher Caleb Thielbar and right-handed pitchers B.J. Hermsen, Michael Tonkin and Tim Wood.
The 40-man roster is now full.
The Twins also announced they've agreed to terms on minor contracts with 10 players who will be invited to big-league camp.
Those players are: right-handed pitchers Samuel Deduno, Shairon Martis, Luis Perdomo, Esmerling Vasquez and P.J. Walters; outfielders Brian Dinkleman and Wilkin Ramirez; infielders James Beresford and Deibinson Romero and catcher Eric Fryer.
The Twins also signed right-handed pitcher Tom Boleska and infielder Jason Christian. They will report to minor-league camp.