Joel Zumaya will have an MRI on elbow after short throwing session

The Minnesota Twins newly-acquired reliever walked off the mound after 15 pitches Saturday in Fort Myers. The Star Tribune reports Twins GM Terry Ryan confirms Zumaya will have an MRI on Sunday. He has already had two surgeries because of arm injuries.
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The Minnesota Twins newly-acquired reliever walked off the mound after 15 pitches Saturday in Fort Myers. The Star Tribune reports Twins GM Terry Ryan confirms Zumaya will have an MRI on Sunday. He has already had two surgeries because of arm injuries.

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