Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
For the second straight night, the Twins have lost a starting outfielder. Tonight it was Eddie Rosario, who appeared to turn his ankle when rounding first on what would have been a third-inning double. Instead as he pulled up in a limp, he was tagged out as he slammed his helmet to the turf in frustration. Last night, Max Kepler exited early after being hit by a pitch on his right elbow. Kepler's injury isn't believed to be serious though there was some fluid build-up on the elbow today. Before the game, Minnesota manager Rocco Baldelli joked about using pitcher Kyle Gibson in the outfield. If things get any worse, he may have to do it.