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    Mike Soroka will be shut down for the next 4-5 days due to renewed soreness in his right shoulder.

    Soroka tweaked the shoulder while lifting weights a month ago but had been throwing pain-free until some discomfort popped up again this week. Of course, this is after he missed the entire second half of last season with shoulder problems. Obviously, it's a concerning development for the young hurler.
    Feb 22 - 1:22 PM

    Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports that the Twins and Marwin Gonzalez have agreed to a two-year, $21 million contract.

    The Twins already have starters penciled in at all four infield spots and left field -- the positions that Gonzalez plays -- but, of course, the super utility player has often not had a set "starting" job the last few years but has managed to play plenty. Gonzalez obviously offers Minnesota protection all over the field and they were able to get him on a very reasonable deal. One thing worth noting is that this would seem to make it more difficult for Willians Astudillo to get at-bats in a utility role.
    Feb 22 - 12:53 PM

    Matt Chapman (thumb, shoulder) could make his Cactus League debut as soon as early next week.

    Chapman was eased into things early on in camp as he works his way back from offseason thumb and shoulder surgeries. He's progressed well with his hitting progression and it's looking like he'll have a relatively normal spring training.
    Feb 22 - 12:32 PM

    Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports that the Twins and Giants "remain among a few teams in" the mix for Marwin Gonzalez.

    The White Sox were also previously connected to the super utility player, but Heyman hears that they've "bowed out." It's unclear at this point which club might be the favorite, but Heyman says a decision from Gonzalez "could come soon." Gonzalez, who will turn 30 in a few weeks, batted .247/.324/.409 with 16 home runs for the Astros last season while starting games at five different positions.
    Feb 22 - 12:28 PM

    Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said Thursday that Daniel Stumpf "was having a little soreness" but is "full-go" now.

    It's unclear what specifically was sore with Stumpf, but it sounds like nothing more than early spring training aches and pains. The left-hander will throw a live batting practice session Sunday.
    Feb 22 - 12:13 PM
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