Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 3 Days

Justin Morneau finished 3-for-3 with a double, homer and two RBI in a loss to the Friars on Wednesday.

Morneau has clearly enjoyed his escape from Target Field to Coors, though he did his damage tonight at renowned hitter-killer Petco Park. At least in the early going, he looks like a different hitter: The veteran first sacker is slashing .354/.396/.542 with two homers and five RBI over 48 at-bats. He's had a lot of singles drop in, so the power will have to rise to compensate. It's worth noting that he hasn't hit 20 homers since 2009.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 7 Days

Justin Morneau hit his first home run of the season in Sunday's loss to the Giants.

Morneau launched the solo shot off Giants starter Tim Hudson in the seventh inning. It was his only hit of the game, but the veteran first baseman is still batting .325 in his first season with the Rockies. The 32-year-old hit 17 homers last season and still has some pop left in his bat.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 9 Days

Justin Morneau is not in the Rockies' lineup Friday.

He's getting a day off with the Giants sending lefty Madison Bumgarner to the hill. Michael Cuddyer is playing first base, while Brandon Barnes is in right field.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 18 Days

Justin Morneau went 3-for-4 against the Marlins on Tuesday.

Morneau singled three times, but didn't score a run or knock in anyone. The first baseman had his first full, healthy season last year and hopes to keep it going. He is several years removed from when he last played at an All-Star level.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 1 Month

Justin Morneau (neck) took a successful round of batting practice with his teammates on Friday.

The veteran first baseman has been battling a stiff neck for the last week, but is inching closer to getting back on the field. He's expected to be ready for Opening Day, but fantasy owners need to factor in his age and lengthy injury history into his draft day price.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 1 Month

Justin Morneau (neck) played catch on Thursday and might take groundballs and swing a bat on Friday.

Morneau hasn't played since last Friday due to a stiff neck, but it's not a major concern. He still has plenty of time to prepare for Opening Day.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 1 Month

Justin Morneau (neck) tracked pitches on Wednesday.

Morneau hasn't played since last Friday because of a stiff neck, but Troy Renck of the Denver Post reports that the veteran first baseman has regained his full range of motion and should soon return to Cactus League action. Morneau is not in danger of missing Opening Day.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 2 Months

Justin Morneau hasn't played since the Rockies' Cactus League opener due to a stiff neck.

The club is calling him day-to-day. Morneau doesn't need a ton of Cactus League at-bats to get ready for the season, so this is of no concern.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 4 Months

Rockies signed 1B Justin Morneau to a two-year, $13 million contract with a mutual option for 2016.

The deal was agreed to at the beginning of December and then made official Friday after Morneau passed his pre-signing physical. The 32-year-old has struggled with post-concussion symptoms in recent seasons, but he still has good power and Coors Field should do wonders for that end of his game. If he rebuilds his confidence, perhaps the plate discipline will follow.

Justin Morneau 1B/DH COL 5 Months

CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reports that the Rockies have agreed to terms with Justin Morneau on a two-year, $13 million contract.

Morneau isn't nearly the same player he was during his MVP season back in 2009 and is coming off a year where he batted .259/.323/.411 season with 17 homers and 77 RBI in 152 games. The good news is that he should have a shot to rebound a bit while playing his home games at Coors Field. Michael Cuddyer will stay in right field now with Morneau on board.