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Twins spring training: Morneau reports to camp

In Fort Myers, the Twins are getting ready for their first full workout tomorrow. Justin Morneau arrived in camp today, but didn’t talk to reporters. He told the Star Tribune he’ll have an update on how he’s feeling tomorrow.
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In Fort Myers, the Twins are getting ready for their first full workout tomorrow. Justin Morneau arrived in camp today, but didn’t talk to reporters. He told the Star Tribune he’ll have an update on how he’s feeling tomorrow.

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