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Video: Morneau takes batting practice

Justin Morneau is back at Twins training camp, taking part in the club's first full workout of the spring. Morneau says he feels fine, but realizes his career might be over if concussion symptoms return.
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Rhett Bollinger from MLB.com offers this video of Justin Morneau taking batting practice in Fort Myers today as the Twins held their first full workout of the spring.

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