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Updated: April 13th, 2014 1:21pm
Josh Willingham's CT scan reveals small fracture on a tiny wrist bone

Josh Willingham's CT scan reveals small fracture on a tiny wrist bone

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by Derek Wetmore

MINNEAPOLIS - The Twins finally have some clarification what happened to Josh Willingham when he was hit with a pitch last Sunday.

Willingham had an MRI and a CT scan on his injured left wrist. The CT scan showed a small fracture of the pisiform bone, a small bone at the base of the wrist.

"They're going to consult with hand specialists for their counsel on how to proceed but they don't believe it's going to be anything long lasting or long-term," assistant GM Rob Antony said, referrings to the team's doctors.

He said he's hopeful that as soon as Willingham's 15 days on the disabled list are up, Willingham will be ready to play.

Derek Wetmore is the senior editor for His previous stops include and the Minnesota Daily.
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