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Twins' Lewis Thorpe: Joins 40-man roster
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Thorpe was added to the Twins' 40-man roster Monday, Brandon Warne of The Athletic Minnesota reports.

Thorpe missed two whole seasons due to Tommy John surgery and mononucleosis, but showed enough in his return to action last season to warrant protection from the upcoming Rule 5 draft. He split time with High-A Fort Myers and Double-A Chattanooga, compiling a combined 2.93 ERA and 91 strikeouts in 83 innings. He struggled in his only start for the Lookouts, however, so he'll likely open next year back at Double-A.

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Twins' Zack Littell: Protected from Rule 5 draft
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Littell was added to the Twins' 40-man roster Monday, Rhett Bollinger of reports.

Acquired from the Yankees in the Jaime Garcia deal, Littell posted a 2.81 ERA in seven starts for Double-A Chattanooga, giving him a 2.69 ERA, 1.12 WHIP and 142:41 K:BB overall last season (157 innings). Littell is now protected from the Rule 5 draft, and if he carries his success over to Triple-A next season, he could find his way to the majors before too long.

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Twins' Stephen Gonsalves: Added to 40-man roster
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Gonsalves was added to the Twins' 40-man roster on Monday to protect him from the Rule 5 draft, Rhett Bollinger of reports.

The 23-year-old lefty put up eye-popping numbers at every minor-league stop until he reached Triple-A last season, posting a 5.56 ERA in 22.2 innings. His track record suggests that was just a blip on the radar, and he will head back to Triple-A Rochester in 2018 to put the finishing touches on his minor-league career before finally getting a crack in the big-league rotation. His stuff is not overpowering, although his changeup is a plus pitch, and he projects as a No. 3 or No. 4 starter.

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Twins' Trevor May: Throws from 105 feet
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May (elbow) threw 75 throws from 105 feet on Monday, according to his personal Twitter account.

He was working on throwing from 60 feet back in August, so it sounds like he is continuing to progress in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, which he had in March. It is unclear when he will be ready for game action, but he could open the year on the DL.

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Twins' Miguel Sano: Undergoes surgery Monday
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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.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGJoe Mauer , 1B.305
HRBrian Dozier , 2B34
RBIBrian Dozier , 2B93
OBPJoe Mauer , 1B.384
SLGEddie Rosario , LF.507
RBrian Dozier , 2B106
SBByron Buxton , CF29
WErvin Santana , SP16
ERAErvin Santana , SP3.28
WHIPErvin Santana , SP1.13
KErvin Santana , SP167
SVMatt Belisle , RP9

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