• The Twins did not have issues with any of their 37 pitchers or catchers reporting on time to Lee County Sports Complex on Sunday. Right-hander Ricky Nolasco made the trek to Fort Myers later in the evening, as he drove from his home in the Miami area.
• Several pitchers, including Brian Duensing, Glen Perkins, Hughes and Vance Worley, participated in light workouts Sunday, though official workouts would not begin for Twins pitchers and catchers until Monday morning. The Twins were set to open up the first day of camp with a catchers meeting at 8:30 a.m. ET before pitchers started bullpen sessions later in the morning.
• Shortstop Pedro Florimon showed up to camp as a new father, as his daughter, Elody Casey Florimon, was born Feb. 1 in the Twin Cities.
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