"He's still kind of in a holding pattern," Twins assistant general manager Rob Antony said. "I talked to the doctor when I left [Spring Training on March 29], and he said it was going to be 10 days [of rest]. But he did say he's making improvements."
There's still no official timeline for Buxton's return to action at Double-A New Britain, because the Twins are being cautious with him.
"We don't want this to linger through the whole season," Antony said.
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