Description: Minnesota 1B minor league prospect Chris Colabello is pounding the ball at Triple-A Rochester, batting 360 with 12 HR, 38 RBI and a 1.089 OPS in 45 games.
Insight: The Twins have the heir apparent to Morneau down on the farm and it appears that he\'s ready to get his shot at the major league level. Don\'t be surprised if they make Colabello the starting DH before the season is out.
Description: Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent successful surgery on his left arm Monday afternoon. SOURCE: Profootballtalk, NBC Sports
Insight: The good news is that the infection has subsided, which means that this will probably be the last procedure Gronkowski will need on his injured forearm. Now the attention shifts to Gronkowski\'s back, which might also require surgery. A Week 1 return is still possible for Gronk but it\'s probably going to go right down to the wire.
Description: It\'s doubtful that Celtics center Kevin Garnett will need offseason surgery on his injured foot/ankle. SOURCE: Steve Bulpett, Boston Herald
Insight: KG was hampered by foot issues over the final month of the 2012-13 campaign but it didn\'t seem to affect his performance in the playoffs as he averaged a team-leading 13.7 rpg in six contests. There\'s still an outside chance that Garnett could retire this summer. He\'ll probably wait to see what happens to Paul Pierce before making his decision.
Description: Ken Berger from CBS Sports doesn\'t think it\'s a given that Dwight Howard will re-sign with the Lakers this offseason.
Insight: Dallas and Houston are two other possible landing spots for the All-Star big man. Despite being plagued by back and shoulder issues, Howard still managed to lead the league in rebounding for the second year in a row (12.4 rpg).
Description: Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist acknowledged that he\'s been dealing with a shoulder injury but says that he has it "under control." SOURCE: The Bergen Record
Insight: Lundqvist was dominant versus the Capitals in round one but so far he\'s struggled against the Bruins (eight goals allowed in two games). He\'ll look to turn things around Tuesday in Game 3 at Madison Square Garden. Lundqvist is undefeated at home this postseason (3-0).