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Twins rookie Eddie Rosario says he thought he had hit a single necessary for a cycle, and was angry when Seattle shortstop Brad Miller made a leaping catch to foil it.
Clouts by Brian Dozier, Aaron Hicks and Rosario provided a building lead, with Rosario nearly hitting for the cycle.
Can you remember any time in recent years when a high-profile player wanted so badly to play in Minnesota, he or she was willing to not play at all if it didn’t happen?
The 2014 national champions are ranked No. 1 by coaches, but even they have their issues.
Is it just a coincidence that the sound of the Twins front office this week is the same as the sound at Target Field for most of this homestand? Silence?