Miguel Sano

#22 3B / Minnesota Twins / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 262 lb Age: 24 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • Twins' Miguel Sano: Undergoes surgery Monday
      By RotoWire Staff

      Sano successfully underwent surgery on his shin Monday. As expected, Sano had a procedure to alleviate pain that had been coming from a stress fracture in his left shin. The estimated timeframe for his recovery is around eight weeks, so he should be back in full health once spring training arrives.

    • Twins' Miguel Sano: Will undergo surgery
      By RotoWire Staff

      Sano (lower leg) will undergo surgery on his left shin Nov. 13 in New York. Sano had been thinking about having surgery for the past few weeks, and finally decided to undergo the procedure after continuing to experience discomfort in his lower leg. Although he spent all of September working his way back from the stress reaction, his lower leg never seemed to completely heal. Moving forward, the recovery time for this surgery is expected to be around eight weeks, according to general manager Thad Levine, which will give Sano ample time to get ready for spring training.

    • Twins' Miguel Sano: Contemplating surgery
      By RotoWire Staff

      General manager Thad Levine said rod-insertion surgery on Sano's ailing shin is still being contemplated, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Sano has been dealing with a shin injury since mid-August. He attempted to return for the AL wild-card game but was shut down after experiencing persistent discomfort. While Sano is continuing to rehab the injury, surgery remains a possibility if he fails to improve over the next couple of weeks. The surgery carries an eight-week recovery period, so even if he does require the procedure, it isn't expected to affect his status for the start of next season.

    • Twins' Miguel Sano: Still experiencing discomfort
      By RotoWire Staff

      Manager Paul Molitor said Sano is still experiencing "persistent discomfort" in his shin, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Molitor also noted Sano had trouble while taking batting practice Monday, which is ultimately why he was left off Tuesday's wild-card roster. While the Twins were hoping to carry him for a one-swing scenario, that plan was axed after it became clear he couldn't generate any power on his injured leg, according to Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. He could still be added to the roster for the ALDS if the Twins are able to advance.

    • Twins' Miguel Sano: Not on wild-card roster
      By RotoWire Staff

      Sano (shin) will not be on the Twins' roster for Tuesday's wild-card game against the Yankees, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Considering Sano has had just eight at-bats since Aug. 19, his timing may be a little off, and he is likely not particularly close to being 100 percent healthy. It's possible he could be added to the roster for the ALDS if the Twins are able to advance.

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