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Scott M

Twins Injury Report

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It seems like the Twins have really been bitten by the injury bug. They have had injury problems in other years that they've won the division, but never has the divison had this much talent. I hope they can get well and keep things together.

Rondell White (15 day DL-calf, can't hit)

Lew Ford (15 day DL-knee)

Joe Mauer (15 Day DL-strain in left quad)

Francisco Liriano (elbow ligaments, out for year)

Jeff Cirillo (15 day DL-medial meniscus cartilage tear in left knee)

Alejandro Mochado(15 Day DL-shoulder, may be out for season)

Michael Cuddyer (Questionable-back)

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Staying in contention will be a challenge. It would be easy to find yourself over ten games out if you stumble for a month. Hopefully Mauer isn't gone long, but I read that 15 days may not be enough. Twins are lucky to have a backup catcher that would start on many teams.

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SP Francisco Liriano Elbow DL

RP Jesse Crain Shoulder DL

C Joe Mauer Quadriceps DL

RP Joe Nathan Illness Probable

LF Josh Rabe Shoulder DL

LF Rondell White Calf DL

SS Alejandro Machado Shoulder DL

A few more got added, and a few more came off. Jesse Crain is on the pain train, he got added last night.

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Crain has a torn right labrum & rotator cuff, he won't be back for awhile I am sure.

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