The Twins agreed to terms with Alexi Casilla on a one-year contract worth $1.3825 million to avoid arbitration, the club announced Wednesday.
Casilla, 27, filed his arbitration figure at $1.75 million, while the Twins offered $1.065 million, meaning Casilla settled $25,000 below the midpoint to avoid an arbitration hearing.
Casilla, who batted .260 with a .322 on-base percentage and .368 slugging percentage in 97 games in 2011, made $865,000 last year. He missed 57 of the Twins' final 58 games because of a strained right hamstring.
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