Minnesota Twins Game 156: Lineups and First Impressions
It’s a rarity. The Minnesota Twins are facing off against a team that is worse than them. REJOICE!
Yes, this is a thing that is possible. I’d personally like to thank the Arizona Diamondbacks for making us all feel better about our little baseball team, so late into this forsaken season.
Minnesota Twins (66-89) Lineup
Danny Santana(S) SS
Chris Herrmann(L) LF
Trevor Plouffe(R) 3B
Kennys Vargas(S) DH
Oswaldo Arcia(L) RF
Kurt Suzuki(R) C
Chris Parmelee(L) 1B
Aaron Hicks(R) CF
Doug Bernier(S) 2B
Ricky Nolasco (R) P
Arizona Diamondbacks (62-94) Lineup
Ender Inciarte(L) LF
A.J. Pollock(R) CF
David Peralta(L) RF
Mark Trumbo(R) 1B
Miguel Montero(L) C
Aaron Hill(R) DH
Jake Lamb(L) 3B
Chris Owings(R) 2B
Didi Gregorius(L) SS
Josh Collmenter (R) P
No Joe Mauer. No Brian Dozier. Really trying to win games down the stretch.
Danny Santana is at short. I shouldn’t still have to be pointing that out, but I do.
Doug Bernier. (I have nothing more to add, you can fill in the blank)
I’m not really familiar with anyone other than maybe two names on the D-Backs. That probably explains a lot.
So… how ‘bout that Ricky Nolasco signing?!
First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 Central from beautiful Target Field in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The game can be seen on FOX Sports North and heard across the Twins Radio Network.