The 2006 American League Most Valuable Player has struggled over the past two seasons while he's attempted to come back from concussions and other nagging injuries.
Entering Monday's series with the Chicago White Sox, Morneau is hitting .260 with 13 home runs and 46 runs batted in. However, Morneau has started to show signs of life, as he is hitting .295 in the month of July.
With the Twins being stuck toward the bottom of the American League Central standings, moving Morneau before Tuesday's trade deadline would seem like a good move for the team. Replenishing their weak farm system has to be a top priority.
However, not every team would be a fit for Morneau's services if they acquired the former All-Star. Here's a look at some teams that would put Morneau in the best possible situation to succeed.