Twins claimed OF Sam Fuld off waivers from the Athletics.
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It's a good fit, as the Twins could really use some outfield help. With Aaron Hicks sporting an ugly .179/.299/.214 batting line, Fuld could wind up with a good amount of playing time in center field. He's only a career .233/.312/.334 hitter over parts of seven big league seasons but offers a good outfield glove.
Clayton Kershaw (back) said following a 50-pitch simulated game Sunday that he assumes a rehab start is his next step.
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Kershaw went three innings Sunday and was throwing at full intensity. The Dodgers have yet to officially announce when the left-hander will begin a rehab assignment, but it certainly sounds like later this week is a reasonable expectation. He'll need at least a couple outings, with a mid-May return to the Dodgers' rotation being the goal.