Justin Morneau's spring training batting average is .100, but he's not concerned by his struggles at the plate. Instead, he's focused on regaining confidence in his surgically repaired wrist. Morneau says his wrist is feeling better and he's starting to "let it fly" and hit some balls hard again.
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Twins' Morneau dealing with typical post-surgical complications
Justin Morneau doesn’t know when his wrist will feel good enough to return to the Twins’ lineup, but he won’t return until he can “get to the point where it’s tolerable and not something that lingers.” He is hopeful that he can put this setback in the “rear-view mirror” as soon as possible.
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.
Not satisfied with his swing, Morneau looking to heat up
Justin Morneau had a clutch go-ahead single in last night’s win against the Royals, but he says he’s still not satisfied. Morneau tells the Star Tribune he just doesn’t like his approach at the plate. Right now, he’s hitting .237 with 10 homers.
Morneau will swing a bat Saturday if he feels up to it
Justin Morneau is scheduled to swing a bat Saturday before the Twins play the Blue Jays, but he'll only do so if his wrist feels good. Manager Ron Gardenhire says, "We're going to let him tell us when he's ready. He's going to grab a bat, and if it feels OK, he's going to start taking some swings."
Morneau is pain free, expected back for next road trip
Justin Morneau "doesn't feel any pain" in his wrist, according to general manager Terry Ryan. The first-baseman is expected to start swinging a bat again on Saturday and will likely join the Twins for an eight game road trip when he's eligible to come off the disabled list May 16.
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