Gibson, in a text message, said he is working on strengthening his shoulder and forearm. There is a chance he will seek a second opinion, which is the right thing for him and the Twins to do because he is such an important part of the team's future. Their first-round pick in 2009, Gibson has the stuff to one day become ace of the Twins rotation.
If doctors agree that rehab is the way to go, then Gibson has a chance to ready for 2012. The key will be in two or three months, when he would be expected to climb on a mound and let it loose to see if rehab worked.
If rehab fails, then . . .
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Mizzou Baseball in the Minors
■ What to do with Gibson? (Minneapolis Star Tribune)