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Justin Morneau Injury: Twins' First Baseman Flying Back to Minnesota for Tests

It seems as if Justin Morneau's healthy streak has again come to an end, leaving the Minnesota Twins' game last night against the Los Angeles Angels with soreness in his surgically repaired left wrist. According to Joe Christensen of the Minnesota Star Tribune, Morneau will fly back to Minnesota to get tests done on his wrist that was repaired in October. In 20 games this season, Morneau was hitting.
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