Sources: Top prospect in baseball Byron Buxton out after he reinjured his wrist sliding into 3B. MRI planned to determine severity.
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Byron Buxton remains sidelined with a sprained right wrist, and the Twins confirmed Wednesday that their top prospect may start the season on the disabled list. The 20-year-old outfielder, projected to open the season with Class AA New Britain, injured his wrist while diving for a fly ball 10..." March 26
St. Paul Pioneer Press "It's not just Byron Buxton's left elbow that's bothering him now. The Minnesota Twins' ballyhooed prospect has a sprained left wrist, Twins farm director Brad Steil said, adding Buxton probably will miss a third straight game on Wednesday. The problem extends to the flexor muscle that runs..." March 19
Byron Buxton recently ran a 4.37 40-yard dash, fastest of his life. His previous best was 4.43, he said. "I want to get faster." #MNTwins
Byron Buxton, I'm told, will continue resting his strained L shoulder through Thanksgiving weekend. Could resume BB activities next week
St. Paul Pioneer Press "Byron Buxton, baseball's top-ranked prospect, recently aggravated his left (non-throwing) shoulder and will likely miss the remainder of the Arizona Fall League schedule, Twins farm director Brad Steil said late Wednesday. The Twins' prized young center fielder, who displayed his talents in..." November 07
One high-ranking MLB executive insists that #Twins CF prospect Byron Buxton will soon belong in Trout, Harper, Machado conversations.