Justin Morneau went 2-for-4 with a home run, five RBI, and two runs scored against the Phillies on Friday.
Morneau's hot start to the season continued on Sunday after smashing his fourth home run of the season while raising his batting average to .344 through his first 64 at-bats. His production was expected to increase moving from Target Field to the friendly confines of Coors Field, but no one would have guessed he would start out this hot. As long as he can stay off the trainer's table there is no reason his hot start can't continue. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Miguel Castro will open the season in the majors.
Castro flew under the radar in the minors last season, but is making the rare jump from A-Ball to the majors. This is thanks to his (likely) temporary move to the bullpen for the Spring, which enabled his stuff to tick up a bit in shorter outings. He's likely next in line to receive saves should Brett Cecil fail, and the 20-year old is worth keeping an eye on. Analysis: Ben Diamond