Eddie Rosario

#20 LF / Minnesota Twins / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 180 lb Age: 24 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Not in Friday's lineup

      Rosario is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Tigers, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports. Rosario is hitting just .130 over the past five games, including an 0-for-7 game against the Nationals in which he struck out four times. The 24-year-old will look to get back on track upon his return to the lineup.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Hits third homer against Cleveland

      Rosario hit his third home run in Tuesday's win over Cleveland, a solo home run. Rosario badly needed this homer, as he was 0-for-11 in his past two games after an 0-for-7 performance in Sunday's extra-inning marathon loss to the Nationals. Rosario has hit all three home runs in the past eight days. But Rosario has just three walks against 18 strikeouts thus far, and that approach just isn't going to work for him -- his batting line sits at .206/.239/.368.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Out of lineup Monday

      Rosario is out of the lineup Monday against the Indians, LaVelle Neal of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Rosario dropped his batting average to .203 after a rough 0-for-7 showing Sunday that included four strikeouts. He'll take the day off Monday, with Danny Santana taking over in center field and batting ninth.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Sets personal record in Thursday's game

      Rosario collected a career-best four hits in Thursday's win against the Brewers. He also added a RBI and a run for the third consecutive game. The Brewers helped the 24-year-old get rolling as he dominated them during the three-game series, going 6-for-8 with two home runs, a steal, four RBI and three runs. Rosario raised his average above .200 for the first time since April 6. The Twins offense is weak and the outfielder fits the mold for their lineup. He's young and expected to develop into a fine player, but at this point, Rosario's value is limited to deep leagues and dynasty formats.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Hits first homer

      Rosario went 1-for-1 with a pinch two-run homer Tuesday against the Brewers. After coming into the game in a 1-for-11 slump, his first bomb of the season tied the game for the Twins in the eighth inning of a game they'd go on to lose. Despite the heroics, his OPS sits at .508 while his batting average is an anemic .167.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Out of lineup for second straight day

      Rosario is out of the lineup Tuesday against Milwaukee, Andy Greder of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rosario will sit for the second consecutive day as the Twins stick with the outfield alignment of Oswaldo Arcia in left, Byron Buxton in center, and Miguel Sano in right. Rosario is just 6-for-41 at the plate to begin the season.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Out of lineup Monday

      Rosario is not in the lineup Monday against the Brewers, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Rosario had started in center field in each of the last three games, but Byron Buxton (hand) is back in the lineup Monday, so he'll return to his spot in the middle of the outfield. Rosario, who previously handled left field duties, will likely be back in the lineup Tuesday. The 24-year-old is just 6-for-41 at the plate to begin the campaign.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Starting in place of Buxton

      Rosario will get the start in center field Friday and he'll bat eighth in the order against the Angels. With Byron Buxton (hand) getting the night off Friday, the Twins will trot out a different looking outfield for their series opener against the Angels. Rosario is a solid defender but he doesn't bring much to the dish, batting .167 with 10 strikeouts in 30 at-bats this season. Depending on how long Buxton is sidelined, Rosario could find himself making more starts in center for the time being.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Moves up to second spot in order

      Rosario will start in left field and bat second in the order Sunday against the Royals, LaVelle Neal of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Danny Santana's (hamstring) placement on the 15-day DL will result in a move up in the order for Rosario, who had slotted into the bottom half of the lineup in each of his prior four appearances this season. While Rosario will need to rebound from his weak start to the campaign in order to stick in the No. 2 hole permanently, his presence high in the lineup could lend itself to more run-scoring opportunities.

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      Twins' Eddie Rosario: Is out of the lineup Friday

      Rosario is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Royals. Rosario will get the day off as the Twins shift Danny Santana to left field, Miguel Sano to right field, and bring Byung-ho Park back into the lineup as the DH. The Puerto Rico native is off to a slow start in 2016, hitting just .167/.167/.250 through three games.