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Tigers 2, Twins 1: Highly offensive lineup predictably lacks offense

Tigers 2, Twins 1: Highly offensive lineup predictably lacks offense

The Twins tried to get by today with what looked like a late spring training lineup. It didn’t work. Here’s the lineup the Twins threw out there today for their first game against the Tigers: Brian Dozier, 2B Robbie Grossman, DH Jorge Polanco, SS Miguel Sano, 3B Jason Castro, C Chris Gimenez, 1B Eddie Rosario, LF Byron Buxton, CF Danny Santana, RF What’s your gut reaction to that lineup? If it’s something along the lines of, “Oh my god, the Twins are going to be no hit” you’ve got a pretty good grasp on reality. Because that’s what nearly almost happened. The...

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