Joel Zumaya is scheduled to undergo Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery on March 29.
Joel Zumaya intends to continue his playing career following Tommy John surgery at the end of March.
Joel Zumaya told reporters Monday that he hasn't decided whether he's going to retire.
Joel Zumaya will undergo Tommy John surgery, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports.
Will Carroll of SI.com reports that Joel Zumaya will visit Dr. James Andrews and is likely to need Tommy John surgery to repair a torn UCL in his right elbow.
Phil Mackey of 1500ESPN.com reports that an MRI on Joel Zumaya's right elbow has revealed a torn UCL.
Updating a previous item, Joel Zumaya was forced from his bullpen session on Saturday with an apparent right elbow injury.
According to Phil Mackey of ESPN Twin Cities, Joel Zumaya ended his throwing session early on Saturday and walked off with head trainer Rick McWane.
Joel Zumaya threw a 40 pitch bullpen session on Sunday.
Twins signed RHP Joel Zumaya to a one-year, $800,000 contract.
Free agent reliever Joel Zumaya has told Jason Beck of MLB.com that he's agreed to a one-year deal with the Twins.
Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe writes that the Red Sox are "very interested" in free agent right-hander Joel Zumaya.
One American League general manager told Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe of Joel Zumaya that "our doctors don’t think he would pass the physical based on what they see.’’
Joel Zumaya (elbow) threw for more than 50 scouts in Houston on Wednesday, reports Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com.