Rosario, Twins go deep to sweep Orioles, 6-5 and 16-7

Minot Daily News
Rosario, Twins go deep to sweep Orioles, 6-5 and 16-7
Rosario, Twins go deep to sweep Orioles, 6-5 and 16-7

BALTIMORE (AP) — Eddie Rosario extended his power surge with three home runs in a doubleheader sweep by the Minnesota Twins, who slammed a record-tying eight long balls against the Baltimore Orioles in a 16-7 victory Saturday night after hitting three in the opener. The Twins won the first game 6-5 behind Rosario, who went deep twice. Minnesota's cleanup hitter added a two-run shot in the nightcap, making him the first Twins player to hit nine home runs in the team's first 18 games. Minnesota added another line to the record book in Game 2 when former Oriole Jonathan Schoop connected off first baseman-turned-pitcher Chris Davis in the ninth. It was the Twins' eighth homer of the night, matching

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