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Continued: Willingham will have knee surgery, miss 4-6 weeks

  • Article by: LA VELLE E.NEAL III , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 3, 2013 - 12:48 AM

The Twins wanted outfielder Aaron Hicks to heat up at the plate before ending his rehabilitation stint at Class AAA Rochester. That plan was torn up when Willingham landed on the DL. Hicks returned to the club on Tuesday after batting .190 in six games with the Red Wings.

“I feel good,” Hicks said. “The most important thing was getting the leg healthy.”

Hicks doubled to right in the third inning Tuesday in his first at-bat — although Ichiro Suzuki appeared to have a play on the ball before pulling up and playing it off the wall.

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