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Newsday Aug 18, 2015

Eduardo Nunez on hitting liner off Bryan Mitchell's face: 'I was so scared'

Eduardo Nunez has been playing professional baseball for 10 years, but his sprint to first base in the second inning of the Yankees' 8-7, 10-inning win over the Twins on Monday night was unlike any he had ever experienced.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 18, 2015

'Very scared': Ex-Yankee Eduardo Nunez talks hitting Bryan Mitchell with liner

Nunez also cost the Twins' Monday's game at Yankee Stadium
New York Post Aug 17, 2015

Yankees escape scary marathon game with 10th-inning exhale

Chase Headley’s grounder to Eduardo Nunez hardly looked like it was going to end Monday’s marathon game in The Bronx. Instead, Nunez fumbled the ball at short and inexplicably threw...

Twinsights: Eduardo Nunez returns to Yankee Stadium as a starting shortstop

NEW YORK --It wasn’t his right wrist that Twins shortstop Eduardo Nunez banged when he dove back into first base on an eighth-inning pickoff throw Sunday. It was his belly. “The report didn’t say (Cleveland Indians right-hander Ryan Webb) had a pretty good move to first base, so I didn’t expect him to throw that quick,” Nunez said. “It surprised me. I slid too high and I landed on my stomach. It was so painful. Oh, my God.” Twins head athletic trainer Dave Pruemer went out to check on Nunez, who temporarily had the wind knocked out of him. “It […] The post Twinsights:...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug 12, 2015

Twins: Molitor opts for Nunez instead of Escobar against Rangers' Martinez

Eduardo Escobar's ninth-inning RBI double Tuesday secured Minnesota's 3-2 victory over the Texas Rangers but a tough pitching matchup landed the switch-hitter on the bench Wednesday night.
Twins: Stage set for Eduardo Nunez to claim shortstop job

Twins: Stage set for Eduardo Nunez to claim shortstop job

TORONTO -- With Eduardo Nunez set to make just his second start at shortstop since July 9, Twins manager Paul Molitor was asked if the utility man had made himself a little better at his natural position.

Twinsights: Eduardo Nunez 'exponentially better' in field, Paul Molitor says

TORONTO -- With Eduardo Nunez set to make just his second start at shortstop since July 9, Twins manager Paul Molitor was asked if the utility man had made himself a little better at his natural position. “I would say much better,” Molitor said. “Last week we were out early one day, and when he got done I pointed that out to him. I listed things I thought were exponentially better from when he got here last year: the quietness of his glove, getting his feet more in a fielding position and not getting tangled, his speed of release after catching […] The post Twinsights: Eduardo Nunez...

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