Jose Bautista didn't get much of an opportunity to see if he liked hitting in the Metrodome.
The slugger, though, has made the most of his games at Target Field as the Toronto Blue Jays wrap up a four-game series Sunday against the Minnesota Twins.
Bautista, who hit 97 homers over the past two seasons, has eight thus far in 2012 despite a .197 batting average. But coming to Minnesota has often been a boost to the Blue Jays' offense. His solo shot in the sixth inning - a call reversed to a home run by umpires after video review - Saturday night proved decisive in Toronto's 2-1 victory and also was his 10th homer at Target Field in 10 career games spanning 43 at-bats.
"Aggressive pitching staff, they throw strikes," Bautista said after hitting his third homer in two games. "Missed some today, but I got the one that counted and it's good enough for the win."
Bautista is hitting .372 (16 for 43) with 12 extra-base hits at Target Field, but he has never faced Twins scheduled starter ...