Twins: Miguel Sano 'Doing Pretty Much Everything' Ahead of Spring Training

TwinCities.com—February 19, 2015

More than 11 months removed from Tommy John surgery that wiped out his 2014 season, Twins third-base prospect Miguel Sano remains on track to enjoy a normal big-league spring training.

"He's doing pretty much everything," said Brad Steil, Twins director of minor league operations. "I don't know if (Twins trainers) are going to watch how much activity he has in the first few days; sometimes guys get in there and air it out and overdo it."

Cleared to resume throwing in early July, Sano was held out of fall and winter leagues by his surgeon, Dr. David Altchek, team physician of the New York Mets. He has been taking swings for months, but he no doubt has accumulated plenty of rust since his last game action.

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