The Twins have not burned up the transaction wire this offseason, but they continue to look for upgrades before pitchers and catchers report Feb. 14

Pitching remains the constant priority. But Twins manager Paul Molitor has talked with his bosses Derek Falvey and Thad Levine about bringing a veteran presence "who can still play" into a clubhouse of developing players.

The guess here is that player likely would be an outfielder. The Twins seem to be covered in the infield. And they have plenty of DH options. That's why reports of them being interested in Mike Napoli earlier in the offseason didn't seem plausible. But they could bring a veteran outfielder off the bench to spot start or pinch hit.

There are plenty of free agents on the market. But I'm not sure who among the group of veteran outfield types is considered to be a good chemistry guy. But that appears to be an area the Twins would like to address before camp.