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Rosario starts throwing program

Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario, who has been out since March 4 with right triceps tendinitis, began his throwing program on Wednesday, and he is slated to return to the lineup as a designated hitter against the Rays on Thursday.
Via Twins.com
7 days ago

Minnesota Twins: The impact of the Eddie Rosario injury

We’re only a few weeks away from Opening Day for the Minnesota Twins and you can feel the excitement in the air. However, injuries are inevitable and Puckett’s Pond is here to keep you up to date on all the latest developments. Minnesota Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario has been listed...
Via Puckett's Pond
14 days ago

Rosario sidelined with right triceps tendinitis

Twins left fielder Eddie Rosario is sidelined with mild right triceps tendinitis, while right-hander Ervin Santana returned to Hammond Stadium after having his cast removed from his right hand in New York on Monday.
Via Twins.com
14 days ago

Minnesota Twins 40-man in 40 days: Eddie Rosario

Opening Day for the Minnesota Twins is less than a month away! Puckett’s Pond is here to keep you informed on every player currently on the Twins 40 man roster. Eddie Rosario is a future star and the Minnesota Twins are fortunate to have him manning left field. With Byron Buxton in...
Via Puckett's Pond
18 days ago

AL Central notes: Travis Wood sprains knee; Logan Morrison's impact on Twins

The Tigers announced that lefty Travis Wood, who is in camp as a non-roster invitee, left his debut with a sprained left knee today. Wood suffered the injury in a rundown and, per MLive.com’s Evan Woodbery, was “writhing on the ground” before eventually managing to limp off the field (Twitter link). Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press tweets that Wood was on crutches in the...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Minnesota Twins position review: Outfielders

The Minnesota Twins have seen a lot of turnover in the outfield over the past half-decade, but those days are officially over. Byron Buxton, Eddie Rosario, and Max Kepler appear to be entrenched in the outfield. Let’s take a look at the outlook for the positions. Left Field- Rosario finally put it together last season following a disappointing 2016. He especially came on in the second...
Via isportsweb.com
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Rosario notches 4 hits, scores 4 runs as Twins defeat Texas 8-6

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Eddie Rosario homered, tied a career record with four hits and scored a career-high four runs as the Minnesota Twins beat the Texas Rangers 8-6 on Saturday night.The Twins, with the American League's worst record, have won four of six against the club with the league's best record over the past nine days to clinch the season series with one game left. Minnesota...
Via Associated Press
July 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Is Eddie Rosario, like, Good?

As you are probably aware, the Twins are fighting for a playoff spot while at the same time showing us a glimpse of their future with a whole lot of younger players up and making contributions.  One of these is Eddie Rosario, who has used a good mix of hitting, fielding, and base running to end up ranked 4th on the team in WAR.  You may now be asking yourself why I would question...
Via Down with Goldy
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

A Home Run That Must Be Discussed

A week and a half ago, there was a remarkable home run, which I like. I’m drawn to those kinds of things, and I almost can’t help myself but write about them. I was floored by the home run itself; it was one of the most obvious subjects ever provided to me. The only problem was then I didn’t write for a week. The moment passed. Usually, these things have to be written right away...
Via Fangraphs
August 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Twins’ Eddie Rosario homers on first MLB pitch he sees

mlb.com 23-year old Eddie Rosario hit the first Major League pitch he saw for a home run Wednesday night.  Baseball America ranked him as the No. 60 prospect in baseball before last season, but his stock has fallen. He hit .242/.280/.379 with three homers in 23 games for Triple-A Rochester this season before the Twins gave him the call. Scott Kazmir threw Rosario a first pitch flat...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

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