Twins' Correa dodges broken finger, is day to day

by Daryn Albert - A CT scan showed that Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa did not suffer a non-displaced fracture of his right middle finger as was initially feared during Thursday night's 5-3 loss to the Orioles in Baltimore.

No fractured finger for Minnesota Twins star Carlos Correa, CT scan shows 5:24 PM ET ESPN A CT scan showed that Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa did not suffer a non-displaced fracture of his right middle finger as was initially feared during Thursday night's 5-3 loss to the Orioles in Baltimore. Twins president Derek Falvey said Friday that the tests revealed no broken bone and described the 27-year-old two-time All-Star star's status as day to day. "The great news that we have today is that it's not a fracture," Falvey said. Correa exited after being hit by a Spenser Watkins pitch in the top of the fifth inning. In March, the Twins signed Correa to a three-year, $105.3 million contract that includes opt-outs after the first two seasons. A career .276 hitter with 135 home runs, Correa batted .279 with 26 homers and 92 RBIs last season and also won his first Gold Glove.