UPDATE (Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, 9:05am) -- The A's agreed to terms with Trevor Plouffe on a one-year contract, the team announced.
The A's are adding another bat to the lineup this offseason as the club has agreed to terms on a one-year deal, pending physical, with infielder Trevor Plouffe, a source confirmed to CSNCalifornia on Tuesday night.
Plouffe, 30, has spent his whole seven-year MLB career with the Twins. He hit .260/.303/.420 with 12 home runs in 84 games during the 2016 season.
The veteran Plouffe can play a multitude of positions. Last season, Plouffe saw time at third and first base. He played 63 games at third base and 13 at first base while joining the lineup as a DH in seven.
Currently, the A's are returning Yonder Alonso and Mark Canha as options at first base, and Ryon Healy at the hot corner. Healy also has experience at first base as he played the position in college at the University of Oregon.
Rookie first baseman Matt Olson and rookie third baseman Renato Nunez are also on the A's 40-man roster.
Plouffe is a career .247/.308/.420 hitter and has totaled 96 home runs.
Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports was first to report the news.