Update: Justin Morneau was just placed on the disabled list. The Twins think he'll be ready in 10 days.
Twins GM Bill Smith just told the assembled writers that he expects Tsuyoshi Nishioka and Glen Perkins in Minnesota by tomorrow, but neither is likely to be activated until Thursday at the earliest.
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