Apparently there is a small bone spur on his elbow. He should be back sometime later this week.
Stats, Inc. wrote:Jun 6 Morneau's MRI exam over the weekend revealed a small bone spur in his left elbow. The Twins' first baseman has started only one game in June -- last Wednesday -- and the injury-riddled Twins could use his bat. He is expected to get a cortisone shot, and the club hopes he can be in the lineup when it opens a West Coast interleague series in Arizona on Tuesday. Tuesday.
Advice: The 24-year-old Morneau entered Sunday's game as a defensive replacement in the ninth inning, which may be a good sign for the battered Twins. Still, the Twins recalled Glenn Williams from Triple-A Rochester over the weekend, giving them another option at first base. For the season, Morneau is batting .285 with seven home runs and 29 RBI in 40 games.
That's the most recent update. He should be back soon barring any setbacks...
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