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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 MLB.com 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 MLB.com 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 MLB.com 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: Exits after collision with wall

    Lewis was removed from Sunday's game against the Royals in the top of the fourth inning with right knee pain, Dan Hayes of The Athletic reports. Fresh off his promotion from Triple-A St. Paul earlier in the day, Lewis was immediately inserted as the Twins' starting center fielder in Sunday's series finale while Byron Buxton handled designated-hitter duties. After flying out in his lone plate appearance in the second inning, Lewis made an excellent catch in the top of the third to rob Emmanuel Rivera of a potential extra-base hit, but he banged into the wall hard while flagging down the pop fly and is now dealing with an injury. Though Lewis initially stayed in the game, he was removed an inning later in favor of Nick Gordon. Expect the Twins to provide a firmer diagnosis of the injury later in the day, but assuming Lewis isn't dealing with anything more than a day-to-day concern related to the same knee in which he suffered an ACL tear last February, he could be primed to fill a near-everyday utility role for Minnesota while bouncing between a number of different positions.
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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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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Remains starting shortstop Tuesday

    Lewis will start at shortstop and bat seventh in Tuesday's game in Oakland. Though MLB.com initially reported that Carlos Correa (finger) was on track to make his return from the 10-day injured list Tuesday, the Twins will instead wait at least one more day before adding the star shortstop back to the mix. That clears the way for Lewis to man shortstop for the 11th game in a row, after the star rookie continued to impress in Monday's 3-1 win by reaching base on a double and a walk while coming around to score twice. He's now submitted a .763 OPS over his first 36 big-league plate appearances, giving him a compelling case to stick around with the Twins as a super-utility player once Correa is reinstated.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Belts grand slam

    Lewis went 2-for-4 with a grand slam and two runs scored in Friday's 12-8 win over Cleveland. Lewis' first MLB homer was a 395-foot grand slam off of Bryan Shaw that capped off an eight-run fifth inning for Minnesota. The rookie infielder is hitting .320 through 25 career at-bats. If he continues to prove that he's capable at the plate, Lewis could stay on the big league roster once Carlos Correa (finger) returns.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Up despite good news for Correa

    Lewis will still be called up by the Twins on Friday despite the fact that Carlos Correa doesn't have a broken finger, Aaron Gleeman of The Athletic reports. Lewis looked to be in line for an extended run as the Twins' shortstop, as reports from Thursday indicated that Correa had fractured his right middle finger after getting hit by a pitch. A CT scan Friday revealed that Correa hadn't in fact suffered a fracture, so he'll avoid the injured list for now. Lewis should get at least a start or two until Correa's swelling goes down, but he'll be in a fight for at-bats elsewhere on the diamond once Correa is ready to go.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Hot start at Triple-A

    Lewis is hitting .353 (6-for-21) with a home run and three stolen bases in his first four games for Triple-A St. Paul. Lewis suffered a torn ACL ahead of the 2021 campaign and missed all of last season. While his hot start is just a sample size of four games, it shows he's back to full speed, and the stolen bases are especially promising considering the nature of his injury.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Optioned to Triple-A

    Lewis was optioned to Triple-A St. Paul on Saturday, Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Lewis suffered a torn ACL ahead of the 2021 campaign but joined the Twins for major-league spring training this year. The 22-year-old went 1-for-8 with a run, a stolen base and three strikeouts across four Grapefruit League appearances this year, and it's not very surprising to see him sent to the minors following his lengthy layoff. Lewis is still one of Minnesota's top prospect, and it's possible that he could make his major-league debut at some point in 2022 if he performs well in the minors.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Makes spring debut

    Lewis started at shortstop and went 0-for-2 with a strikeout in his spring debut during Friday's loss to Atlanta. It was his first game action since tearing his ACL before the 2021 season. Lewis is fully healthy as spring training begins. He hasn't played in a minor-league game since 2019 (with the 2020 minor-league season having been canceled), so he'll need some time in the minors to reacclimate himself. The first overall pick in the 2017 Draft is still regarded by many as Minnesota's top prospect, but the long layoff clouds his outlook. It's also not clear if he'll stick at shortstop or move to center field. He could begin the season at Triple-A, but the Twins may also ease him into action at Double-A.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Lewis (knee) was added to the Twins' 40-man roster Friday. A foregone conclusion, Lewis was protected from the Rule 5 draft. He missed the entire 2021 season after suffering a torn ACL in February. Lewis should be ready for spring training and 2022 represents an important season for him, especially now that he is on the 40-man roster. He will likely be assigned to Triple-A, where he could spend most of the season as he looks to re-establish himself as a big part of Minnesota's future.
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  • Twins' Royce Lewis: Taking part in baseball activities

    Lewis (knee) resumed throwing and fielding last week at the Twins' spring training facility in Fort Myers, Fla., Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The Twins likely aren't counting on Lewis to play at any point before the 2021 minor-league season comes to an end, but his ability to resume baseball activities five months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee indicates he's making excellent progress in his recovery. Lewis is expected to resume jogging in the coming weeks, and he should gradually increase the intensity of his running program throughout the summer and fall. The 22-year-old looks well on his way to entering 2022 spring training without any restrictions.
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