The Twins may have the American League Central wrapped up, but will they have enough to get past the first round?
The Twins are limping into the playoffs and that now includes their most important player, Joe Mauer.
Mauer left Sunday's game when he felt something in his left knee while running to first base in the sixth inning. It's the same knee he had surgery on in 2004.
The team has called it a "jammed knee."
"[The doctor] said to give it a couple days," Mauer told the Star Tribune 's La Velle E. Neal III . "That's what we are doing."
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire wasn't too concerned.
"Doctors checked him out and said it's one of these day-to-day things," Gardenhire said. "Not a big deal, at least that's what they're telling me today. There's no fluid in there, just maybe a little inflammation. So we'll see how we go day to day with him."
The Twins have been without former MVP Justin Morneau due to a concussion suffered on July 7. The Twins still don't know when he'll return, general manager Bill Smith told CBSSports.com senior writer Scott Miller .
The team is also dealing with Denard Span's right shoulder and Jason Kubel's left wrist -- both players have been playing with those injuries, but they may have to determine whether home-field advantage is worth the health of players they'll need to use that advantage.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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