Cruz, Rosario, Kepler and Romo Meeting Fans At Twins Spring Training | Photos

Nelson Cruz Signing Autographs Earlier this week, an tipster paid a visit to the Minnesota Twins spring training headquarters in Fort Myers, Florida. The CenturyLink Sports Complex features Hammond Stadium (the club’s Grapefruit League ballpark), as well as six additional full baseball fields, two infield only fields, a player running area, the Twins spring training offices and player development academy, weight and training rooms, along with a slew of indoor batting and pitching practice areas.

The sprawling complex is also home to four regulation softball fields, available for use by local Fort Myers teams and leagues. Once the Twins head north to Minneapolis, Hammond Stadium serves as the home park for Minnesota’s Single-A and rookie league squads. The 30-year-old CenturyLink Sports Complex sits eight miles south of downtown Fort Myers, 11 miles northeast of Fort Myers Beach and five miles west of the Boston Red Sox spring training operation.           

Here is a look at some of what the tipster gathered.

Six-time All-Star Nelson Cruz signing autographs. Last season, the now 39-year-old blasted 41 homeruns and 108 RBI for the record-setting Twins offense (upper right).

LF Eddie Rosario signing the back of a jersey. In 2019, the native of Puerto Rico posted career highs of 32 HR and 109 RBI.

Eddie Rosario Signing Autographs

RF/CF Max Kepler posing for a photo. The 27-year-old German tallied 36 HR, 90 RBI and 60 BB, mainly from the leadoff spot last season.

Max Kepler Photo With Fan

Veteran reliever Sergio Romo looking into the camera. The three-time World Series champion’s résumé boasts of 129 career saves.

Sergio Romo Photo With Fan