To start the rally, Max Kepler led off with a walk. Ehire Adrianza reached on a fielder’s choice, and Willians Astudillo notched a single to load the bases. Rosario then drove a 1-0 pitch into the seats for a grand slam, his second homer of spring training.
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A few hitters later, outfielder Jake Cave homered to right field to score three runs, and Adrianza — in his second plate appearance of the first inning – brought home Kepler on an RBI double.
Catcher Jason Castro added the Twins’ final run on the afternoon via a solo shot in the fifth inning.
Minnesota is off Wednesday but returns to the field Thursday afternoon for split-squad scrimmages against Boston.