• Third baseman Miguel Sano, who was diagnosed with a strained ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow this offseason, is healthy and has no restrictions, Antony said. Sano, ranked as the No. 4 overall prospect by MLB.com, will still be monitored closely this spring, but has been playing catch up to 150 feet without any issues.
• Outfielder Chris Parmelee, who had a ganglion cyst removed from his right wrist in January, arrived at camp early and said his wrist is feeling good. Parmelee said he's already swinging the bat in the cages with no issues.
• Even though position players aren't required to report until Friday, several players were at the complex early on Monday, including Joe Mauer, who is making the move from catcher to first base. Mauer took batting practice on one of the main fields on Monday. Other position players who worked out on Monday included third baseman Trevor Plouffe, second baseman Brian Dozier and infielder Jason Bartlett.