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2023 .000
2022 30.52.5 5 2 5 1 .300
2020 .000
3y Avg. 112.8 2 1 2 0 .308
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Slated to return Monday

    Lewis (knee) will be reinstated from the 60-day injured list Monday, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Lewis tore his ACL in June of 2022 and was forced to begin the season on the 60-day IL, but he began a rehab assignment in early May and will return from the IL when first eligible. Over 10 rehab games between Double-A Wichita and Triple-A St. Paul, he slashed .333/.395/.692 with four homers, two doubles, 11 RBI, 10 runs and four steals.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Homers twice in rehab game

    Lewis (knee) homered twice for Triple-A St. Paul on Friday. Lewis has now homered three times in three games since having his rehab assignment moved to Triple-A, and he's slashing .500/.500/1.250 over his first five rehab games. The 23-year-old is the Twins' top prospect, and it looks like the torn ACL that has sidelined him since last May is no longer bothering him. Lewis isn't eligible to come off the 60-day injured list until May 29, and it's not yet clear if the team plans to immediately add him to the big-league roster or will give him more time in the minors.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Moving rehab up to Triple-A

    Lewis (knee) has been moved up to Triple-A St. Paul to continue his rehab assignment, LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports. Lewis went 2-for-6 with a double and a couple stolen bases in two games over the weekend with Double-A Wichita in his first official game action since tearing his ACL last summer. He'll now continue to ease back into things at St. Paul. The Twins figure to proceed slowly with Lewis given how much time he's missed, but they do now have a clear opening at third base following the recent demotion of Jose Miranda to St. Paul. Lewis made one start at third base and one at shortstop during his time with Wichita. Because he opened the season on the 60-day injured list, Lewis won't be eligible to join the Twins until May 29.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Plays well in rehab game

    Lewis (knee) went 2-for-3 with a double, stolen base, three runs scored and a walk in a rehab game with Double-A Wichita on Saturday, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Lewis went 0-for-3 in his rehab debut with Wichita on Friday but turned things on in his second opportunity. The shortstop is working his way back from the torn ACL he suffered last summer while making a spectacular catch in the outfield as a member of the Twins. Lewis will likely need a lengthy rehab assignment, but he should be up with Minnesota sometime this summer as a player that offers significant fantasy upside.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Beginning rehab assignment Thursday

    Lewis (knee) is scheduled to open a minor-league rehab assignment at Double-A Wichita on Thursday, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Lewis is gearing up for a return from June 21, 2022 surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, and though he appears poised to beat the 12-to-13-month recovery timeline the Twins initially offered for him to make his 2023 debut, he's still expected to be on track for a lengthy rehab. According to Park, the Twins are planning to have Lewis focus primarily on playing shortstop and third base during his upcoming rehab assignment, which will likely be moved to Triple-A St. Paul at some point and should last close to the maximum allotment of 20 days. The 23-year-old flashed an impressive five-tool skill set during his brief taste of the majors last season and should be a mainstay in the Minnesota lineup down the road, though he could be eased back in as a utility player in 2023 coming off major knee surgery.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Aiming for May rehab assignment

    Lewis (knee) has been playing in Florida Complex League games and the hope is he can begin an official rehab assignment in May, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Lewis has been playing both shortstop and third base as he eases back into game action following right ACL surgery last June. It's not clear when exactly in May he's poised to start a rehab assignment, but he would figure to need the full allotment of games. There wouldn't currently seem to be an opening for a full-time job on the Twins right now for Lewis, but he's certainly capable of being a big factor should the need arise.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Aims for minors games by mid-April

    Lewis (knee) was cleared to run the bases recently and is hoping to begin playing in minor-league games by mid-April, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. When asked recently how his surgically repaired right knee was feeling, Lewis indicated it was 90-100 percent, with a goal of getting it to 120 percent. Sketchy math aside, the plan is for Lewis to go through a month-long progression with his minor-league at-bats before advancing to a rehab assignment. He's on the 60-day injured list, but it sounds like he could have a chance to return when eligible or shortly afterward.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Taking live at-bats

    Lewis (knee) has been taking live at-bats in Florida and will soon advance to baserunning, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Lewis was placed on the 60-day injured list back in February as he continues his recovery from surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee. The current belief is that he could be ready to begin appearing in extended spring training games around mid-April. A lengthy minor-league rehab assignment would then follow. The 23-year-old infielder may be an option for the major-league roster in early June if all continues to go well.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Moves to 60-day IL

    Lewis (knee) was placed on the 60-day injured list Sunday. The 23-year-old underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL in June of last year, so the move to the 60-day IL is hardly a surprise. Lewis' rehab program has reportedly gone well to this point, and he could be ready for game action by late June or early July if he continues to progress with no issues.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Out until late June/early July

    Lewis (knee) is not expected to be ready to play for the Twins until late June or early July, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Lewis' rehab from a second tear of his right ACL is at the six-month mark and the process has gone as well as can be expected so far. Last week he was cleared to increase running and change-of-direction activities and he hopes to begin swinging a bat by mid-January. He'll report to spring training in February, with the goal being to further ramp up his activity level in early March. Lewis is tentatively slated to be the Twins' shortstop when he returns, although obviously that could change depending on what the team does between now and then and how the youngster's rehab goes.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Progressing well from ACL tear

    Lewis was cleared to resume walking without the aid of crutches July 12, three weeks after he underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Though he's still in the early stage of his rehab program, Lewis already appears to be progressing at a faster rate than he did in February 2021, when he first tore the ACL of the same knee. After getting surgery last February, Lewis didn't start walking until five and a half weeks later. Lewis ultimately received a clean bill of health ahead of spring training, but due to the timing of his latest surgery and its estimated 10-to-12-month recovery timeline, he's likely to spent at least the first few weeks of the 2023 campaign on the injured list. While the pair of knee surgeries are troubling for a player like Lewis who is speed-oriented, he has youth working in his favor and shouldn't be sidelined for a large chunk of the upcoming season if he manages to steer clear of any setbacks in the months to come.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Undergoes surgery

    Lewis underwent knee surgery Tuesday, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Lewis tore his right ACL for the second time in late May and will now embark on what's expected to be a year-long recovery program. The silver lining for Lewis is that he's already familiar with the process, but he'll carry significant injury concerns for the foreseeable future after undergoing the same major procedure twice in a 16-month span.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Transferred to 60-day IL

    Lewis (knee) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday. It was reported Friday that Lewis would miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL, so Saturday's transaction was made to free up a spot on the 40-man roster. Given the timing of the injury, don't expect to see Lewis back on the field until sometime next summer.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Suffers torn ACL, out for season

    Lewis has been diagnosed with a partially torn right ACL and will miss the remainder of the 2022 season, Do-Hyoung Park of reports. Lewis also sustained a torn right ACL in February of 2021, and he carries a return timetable of approximately 12 months after sustaining the same injury last week. It's a devastating blow for the 23-year-old, who made his major-league debut in May and slashed .300/.317/.550 with two homers, five runs and five RBI over 12 games with the Twins. It seems unlikely that Lewis will be able to handle much work during spring training in 2023, but he'll attempt to return to the field by next summer.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Healing, but no major progress

    Lewis has demonstrated some healing since landing on the 10-day injured list May 30, but he has yet to progress to baseball activities while recovers from a bone bruise of his right knee, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Hayes relays that the Twins are still planning on sending Lewis in for a follow-up MRI, but that seems merely designed to confirm the first diagnosis that he's dealing with a bone bruise. In any case, Lewis looks to be at least a week away from resuming activities, so a late-June return from the IL could be a best-case scenario for the hotshot rookie at this juncture.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Placed on 10-day IL

    Lewis (knee) was placed on the 10-day injured list Monday with a right knee bone bruise. After being recalled Sunday, Lewis suffered the knee injury while making a catch in the fourth inning and he will now be out for at least 10 days. The 22-year-old has produced a .300 average with two homers, four doubles, five RBI and five runs over 40 at-bats in 12 games with the Twins this season. Jose Miranda was called up from Triple-A St. Paul on Monday to take his spot on the 26-man roster.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Likely requires IL stint

    Manager Rocco Baldelli said Lewis will "probably" be placed on the injured list after leaving Sunday's game with right knee pain, Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Lewis was promoted from Triple-A St. Paul prior to Sunday's contest, and he began experiencing knee pain after a collision with the wall in center field. The Twins have a doubleheader Tuesday and don't have a scheduled off day until June 6, so it could be difficult to keep the 22-year-old on the active roster for this week, even if he's expected to miss only a few days. The injury itself may not warrant a trip to the shelf, but Lewis could still end up on the injured list due to the timing of the injury.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Back with big-league club

    Lewis was recalled from Triple-A St. Paul by the Twins on Sunday and is starting in center field against the Royals, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. The 22-year-old was optioned to St. Paul on May 18 when Carlos Correa (finger) returned from the injured list, and he's now back in Minnesota after spending less that two weeks in the minors. Lewis moved around the diamond while back at Triple-A and saw playing time at shortstop, third base, left field and center field, and he's poised to fill a utility role now that he's back in the majors. He hit .308/.325/.564 with two home runs, four doubles, five RBI and five runs over his first 11 big-league games.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Playing third base in Triple-A

    Lewis will start at third base for Triple-A St. Paul on Friday, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Lewis is a shortstop by trade, but that position is firmly blocked by Carlos Correa for now. He impressed in his brief debut while Correa was out with a finger injury, hitting .308/.325/.564 with a pair of homers in 11 games, but he nevertheless was sent to the minors upon Correa's return from the injured list. How often he features at other positions for St. Paul could give clues as to how quickly he'll return. While previous reports indicated he'd continue to primarily start at shortstop, he'll need to get experience at other positions if he's to play alongside Correa, so his start at shortstop Friday could indicate that the Twins want to prepare him for a flexible role.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Returns to minors

    The Twins optioned Lewis to Triple-A St. Paul following Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Athletics, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. With Carlos Correa (finger) due to return from the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Lewis' time as Minnesota's everyday shortstop was set to end, and the organization decided the 22-year-old was best off playing on a regular basis at Triple-A rather than more sporadically as a super-utility man in the big leagues. Lewis ended his first stint in the majors with a bang, going 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a double Tuesday to bring his OPS up to .889 through his first 11 MLB games. According to Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Lewis will see most of his action at shortstop as a he returns to Triple-A, though the Twins plan to move him around and give him some exposure to different positions in an effort to increase his pathways to at-bats when he makes his return to the big club.
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