See what the OP wrote, though. Did you see it when a Yankee took out another rookie (Nishioka) at 2nd, killing any chance he had of a career in the US? I'm sure you saw the other collisions at 2nd in the era in question.
Doubles is correct. The quote accurately defines the Twins-Yankees relationship over the years.
Based on the standards of play in place at the time (before the new rules covering plays at second base) Nishioka was at fault. Or, more accurately, the Twins manager and coaches were at fault for not teaching him proper technique at turning double plays. Nick Swisher was very remorseful about the injury that occurred on his slide. And I hate to say it, but the injury did not prevent Nishi from succeeding in the US. He was way overmatched, again the fault of the Twins for the extremely poor judgement of the scouts involved in evaluating and signing him.