Found February 22, 2012 on
Sean Burroughs brought multiple gloves to camp and manager Ron Gardenhire plans to look at him at third base, second and first.
BEST OF MAXIM
One day before official team workouts begin, the Minnesota Twins welcomed first baseman Justin Morneau, who arrived to camp Thursday. Things will start to get interesting Friday when position players join the pitchers and catchers in full-team workouts. In all, Minnesota will have 67 players in Fort Myers, Fla., this year for spring training.FOXSportsNorth.com will track reports...
Several more Twins players reported to spring training in Fort Myers on Tuesday, although four players have not yet reported. That includes first baseman Justin Morneau, who missed the end of the last three seasons. Position players have until Thursday to report to camp, and full-team workouts begin Friday.
FOXSportsNorth.com will track reports from the news outlets already in Florida...
Minnesota Twins first baseman Justin Morneau will join the team for its first workout Friday and is not expected to face any health restrictions.
Morneau has had each of his last two seasons derailed by injuries, appearing in 150 games over that span.
The 2006 American League MVP was limited to 69 games last season, batting .227 with four homers and 30 RBIs.
He underwent surgery...
Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Tsuyoshi Nishioka could see some time at third base in Spring Training as he prepares for a utility role.
Just about a year ago, I extolled the joys of Target Field and pointed out that the Minnesota Twins finish to 2010 was better than expected. 2011 was going to be a different year. When I said different, I didn’t mean a 63-99 season. Last year was bad, just all around bad. It started out bad in spring training when Joe Mauer didn’t catch a game until mid-March, and then went downhill...
Denard Span has been assured by medical advisers that his concussion problems are behind him. He is ready to put the diagnosis to the test. Span showed up at Hammond Stadium a couple of days early and said he is eager to get back out there with the rest of the Minnesota Twins after concussion and migraine problems limited him to 70 games in 2011.
With 33 pitchers in big league camp, the Twins scheduled two more "B" games, Twins general manager Terry Ryan announced Thursday.
Drew Butera lacks punch at the plate, but the team might need him as a backup if Ryan Doumit opens as the DH. Still, "that next guy has got to earn his spot."
Also, Joe Mauer is looking good at Twins spring training and more on the Vikings stadium.
The Twins first baseman declined a request to meet with reporters, but promised to talk Friday.
It's a unique situation, but the Twins are a very unique organization. Terry Ryan is beginning his first spring as general manager after four years out of that chair. Bill Smith, the guy he replaced, remains in the organization.