Minnesota Twins shortstop Royce Lewis (knee) underwent knee surgery on Tuesday. He suffered a partially torn ACL and is expected to miss the next 12-16 months. The 23-year-old his .300 with two home runs, five RBI, and five runs across 12 games before suffering the injury. It was the second time Lewis tore an ACL over the last two years. The No.1 overall pick in the 2017 MLB Draft has a big-time bat coming from two significant surgeries. Fantasy managers in dynasty formats should stash Lewis as he looks to make a full recovery and return to action sometime in 2023.