KANSAS CITY, Mo. Even though he was the Twins best hitter a year ago, Eddie Rosario doesnt need to hit to be valuable to the Twins.
He proved it again Tuesday and then got a critical hit too.
Rosario, the Twins MVP a year ago, threw a baserunner out from left field, and scored from first base on a single to help support the pitching of Jose Berrios. And after the Kansas City Royals ended Taylor Rogers scoreless-inning streak in the unlikeliest way with an inside-the-park home run Rosario ended his hitting drought with an RBI single in the ninth inning to tie the score at 4.