A mixed message from Justin Morneau this morning at Twins training camp. While he says he's "excited" to be back with the team, he also says he's prepared to end his playing career if concussion symptoms linger, telling reporters "you can only torture yourself for so long."
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Twins first baseman Justin Morneau tells reporters that it doesn't take "a rocket scientist" to figure out if his concussion symptoms continue, he probably won't be able to play again.
Morneau 'miles ahead' in concussion recovery, still wants to play first base
Justin Morneau says he is "miles ahead" of where he was at this time last year when recovering from a concussion. Morneau also believes he gives the Twins the best chance to win when he's playing first base, but he's open to playing wherever Ron Gardenhire wants him to play.
Morneau isn't ready to play
The Twins are still without Justin Morneau as he continues to recover from a wrist injury. Ron Gardenhire is away from the team for the weekend series in Seattle, but acting manager Scott Ullger reiterated that Morneau won't play in a game until his wrist is ready.
Morneau looks ready for Wednesday return
Justin Morneau is eligible to come off the disabled list Wednesday and it's looking more and more like he'll be in the lineup when the Twins play the Tigers that night. The first-baseman took live batting practice for the first time in two weeks before Monday's game and says he's "optimistic" he'll be in the lineup soon.
Morneau: DH for now?
Justin Morneau might be used as a designated hitter more often than a first baseman this season. Doctors have told Morneau that he's more vulnerable to concussion symptoms returning if his body wears down. Morneau is hot over his last three spring games, going 4-9 with two doubles, two homers and five RBI -- all of which he was the Twins' designated hitter.
Morneau: 'I don't plan on DHing for the rest of my career'
Justin Morneau says starting the 2012 season as the Twins' designated hitter is fine by him. But he also tells the Star Tribune that playing first base full time is what he really wants to do down the road.
Morneau: 'I'm way ahead of where I was'
Post-concussion syndrome has held first-baseman Justin Morneau to 150-games over the past two seasons. MLB Network caught up with Morneau during a training session to see how he's feeling, and Morneau says he's "way ahead" of where he was at this time last year.
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