UPDATE (August 14, 6:53 PM ET): Morneau has cleared waivers. This means that the Twins can trade to Morneau to any team.
Justin Morneau has been a very interesting topic through the months of July and into August, as people thought the Twins would be shopping the first baseman. But, the deadline came and went, as Morneau was still playing in Minneapolis. Today, Morneau was placed on revocable waivers, meaning that he would be able to be pulled back and not traded if claimed.
Who could suit the powerful first baseman? Robert Murray of MLB Injury News reports that the Pirates, Indians, and Orioles could be interested in Morneau. The Pirates have previously been interested in the Twins first baseman, as he would fill first base better than their current first baseman Garett Jones. The Indians seem to be a good fit for Morneau as a DH, as Murray reported that their current DH Jason Giambi is only hitting .181. And, the O's have a need at DH, and have shown some interest in Morneau.
Morneau is hitting .262 with 14 home runs and 67 RBI on the season in 110 games this season.