Minnesota Twins: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not, Early May Edition
Eddie Rosario has been Very Dependable at the Plate as of Late.
After a cold start, Eddie Rosario has really settled in lately. He is currently on a 13-game hitting streak and looks to continue that today against the A’s. He is boosting his batting average with every at-bat and is working pitchers deep into the count.
So far this season, Eddie Rosario’s slash line is .292/.315/.393 with 2 home-runs and 9 RBI’s.
Eddie Rosario’s 13-game hitting streak is the longest of his career.
Rosie has been great defensively for the Minnesota Twins this year, as all of the outfield has been. Now it’s nice to see him get going at the plate. The Twins can depend on him to get on base. And with him hitting late in the lineup, he gives the bottom of the order the spark they need.
Only time will tell how long Rosario’s hitting streak will last, but 13 games is pretty solid. Eddie Rosario’s improved hitting has helped the Twins balance out a lineup that seemed very top heavy early in the year. They will look for him to keep it up.
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The Minnesota Twins already look much better than they did a year ago, but they are looking to only improve from here. With the bats rolling and the defense stifling opposing offenses, the Twins look to have a good chance of being a contender this year.