Morneau: Morneau said he's physically worn down after playing in 134 games, which is the most he's played in since playing in 135 in 2009. But he added that it wasn't his decision, as he enjoys playing in his native Canada.
"I think it's more of the manager protecting his player than anything," Morneau said.
Willingham: Willingham, who injured his shoulder trying to make a leaping catch in left field on Sept. 24, is still having trouble swinging the bat.
"He can't reach up with his left arm or finish his swing with his left arm, so in my opinion he probably won't be in there the rest of the way," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said.
By Rhett Bollinger / MLB.com