• Catcher Josmil Pinto was held out of action for a second straight day with a stiff back on Saturday. Gardenhire said Pinto is day to day.
• Third baseman Miguel Sano, who sprained his ulnar collateral ligament in the offseason, was able to get through the first day of workouts without any issues. He took fielding practice and threw without any discomfort. The Twins are still expected to monitor Sano, who is wearing a protective sleeve on his throwing arm, but he hasn't had any problems throwing from third base so far in camp.
• Left-hander Edgar Ibarra, who was diagnosed with Hepatitis B last month, is expected to throw his first bullpen session on Sunday. The Twins were taking it easy with Ibarra early in camp, but he'll start ramping up his activities on Sunday.
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