Agreed Seth. Knoblauch was a CF too at one point. (In fact trivia question answer, who was the CF for the Twins when Dave Winfield got his 3,000 hit. Chuck Knoblauch. I was there and it was a screwy extra innings game with Knobby in CF at one point and Kirby playing infield.) Just watching him at second this last weekend made me want to maximize that middle infield big bat potential, I can't remember the Twins having such a talented bat at that position since Carew. Castino for a couple of years, Knoblauch didn't have the power, other then that ER could be a real force in a exciting offense. He is a good athelete so I am sure he will get there with the glove, but he needs reps.
Eddie Rosario is a tremendous defensive CF with a rocket for an arm. I think they would be remiss to have him solely at 2B at this point. He should primarily play 2B, but I like that he got out there again.
Also this is in the Midwest League, not exactly hitter friendly. What would he do in the old PCL?
Make it 3 hits-3 homers. Is it possible to bat .250 with only homers in a full season minor league?
I meant talk among yourselves, listening to the Twins and working here. Too much for my little man brain at one time.
Sano got his GS on Friday. I was not there, of course. I went Saturday again. Saw Rosario rip one. Still have not seen Sano make contact.
It was a good game, but I bet the highlight still had to be watching Sano's GS HR sail over the fence.