"They're all good," Maddon said, per MLB.com. "There's nothing serious with any of them. I have not heard anything. If there was anything really bad, [head athletic trainer Ron Porterfield] would have called me by now. All three of them should be back in action early this week. I don't see anything horrible."
Maddon said Zobrist is scheduled to play Monday and "could have played yesterday" if he was needed.
"He's not bad," Maddon said. "Peralta, when he reached for the ball [hit back at the mound], it wasn't a throw it was a reach that caused the moment. And Ronnie assured me yesterday that DeJesus was going to be fine by the beginning of this week, too."
"You look at each one individually," manager Joe Maddon said, per MLB.com. "Let's say Odorizzi. Here's a guy vying for a job and he's out there working on a new pitch (changeup). It's a beautiful thing. And now he's made some progress with that.
"Karns had a little bit of a setback the other day [general soreness]. He came back and was throwing the ball well, kept the ball down. And Bedard had a nice outing his last time out. Bedard's velocity came up a little bit. Odorizzi's developing this other pitch. And Karns is just kind of interesting the way he throws the ball hard and down. That's what I've focused on with all three."
"He's not pitching like a guy who didn't pitch for a year. He looks very much like the guy in Toronto, and Houston a couple of years ago. He's made necessary adjustments. He now uses an assortment of pitches rather than just rely on velocity," manager John Farrell said, per The Boston Globe.
The Twins also reassigned pitchers Alex Meyer, Lester Oliveros and Yohan Pino, catchers Kyle Knudson, Matt Koch and Stuart Turner, outfielders Byron Buxton and Chris Rahl and infielder Miguel Sano to minor-league camp.
Breslow has been able to throw back to back days of long toss, but remains a few days away from taking a mound. The team is taking it slow with Breslow after he dealt with a sore shoulder last spring. Manager John Farrell said "things are moving in the right direction" with Breslow.
The reliever posted a 1.81 ERA in 59 2/3 innings last year.
Peralta will attempt to play catch, and gauge his status after the throwing session. Peralta doesn't expect the injury to be a long-term thing. He was removed from Saturday's game due to neck issues.
Peralta posted a 3.41 ERA in 71 1/3 innings last year.
Beaven allowed a run-scoring single to Scott Van Slyke and two more runs to score on a throwing error in the opening frame. He has allowed two earned runs over six innings through his first two starts in Cactus League play.