Friday, May 16, 2014


I was reading a piece from FOX Sports about Eduardo Nunez... and I smiled. It appears the guy who couldn't catch a ground ball consistently in New York is doing big things for the Minnesota Twins. I'm happy for him.

I read this from May 11th in a piece by Tyler Mason:

"In just his fourth game of the year with the Twins, Nunez delivered the go-ahead base hit in the top of the eighth inning as Minnesota eventually hung on to win 4-3 in the series finale against the Tigers...'A great comeback, a great win for us,' said Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, who was ejected in the fourth inning of Sunday's game. 'Some really good at-bats there. Nunez, a big hit for us to give us a lead.'"

Good for Nunez.  For anyone wondering, Nunez has been up for Minnesota for 7 games now. He's batting .304, he has 7 hits in 23 at bats.  And in a nutshell... he has no pressure... it's Minnesota.  In other words, this move is probably the best thing for Nunie. I hope he becomes a superstar there.

Why do I sound so encouraging? Because we have Yangervis Solarte... I'm good.

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