Arraez finished last year sixth in AL Rookie of the Year voting. A high-contact, mostly-singles hitter, he batted .334 and walked more times (34) than he struck out (29). He started mostly at second base last year, but also at left field, third base, and shortstop.
This week was filled with love and support. Thank you to all the fans who came out and celebrated with us during the #TwinsWinterCaravan #DiamondAwards and #TwinsFest. Now, I can’t wait for Spring Training to start. See you guys in Fort Myers. Go Twins! 🔥❤😎🇻🇪🙏🏻#MnTwins pic.twitter.com/lMdwQMLtKj— Luis Arraez (@Arraez_21) January 25, 2020