Twins first baseman Justin Morneau told reporters on Friday that he's optimistic about staying healthy this year, but also said he remains concerned about the concussion symptoms that have plagued him for the past two seasons.
Morneau, 30, played in just 69 games last year after battling concussion symptoms and undergoing surgeries on his neck, left wrist, left knee and right foot.
Morneau, who suffered the initial concussion in July 2010, said he hasn't felt any symptoms since January, and that he hopes to get through the season without any setbacks. But he also was blunt when asked if he'd try to continue playing if the concussion symptoms don't go away.
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