Well, kind of. There hasn’t been an official article about it, but he picked up his visa and was expected to arrive at camp shortly thereafter. It’s good news, even though he has already thrown in the Dominican at the Twins’ academy. Now he can participate with the team on other drills not related to pitching.


Check out stick and ball guy.com for a compelling argument on why a platoon of Brendan Harris and Nick Punto at second base just might work.


Also, check out this link for the televised Spring Training schedule for the Twins.


I will be busy the next couple of days so on Friday expect a post that explains how the Minnesota Gophers Men’s basketball team has a shot at winning 20 games this year.