The Eddie Rosario Wild Card Game stats seen below include his Wild Card Game year-by-year hitting stats, Wild Card Game fielding stats, and Wild Card Game pitching stats (where applicable).
"(Eddie) Rosario, starting two days after being called up from Triple-A Rochester, homered on the first pitch he saw from A's left-hander Scott Kazmir on Wednesday to give Minnesota a 1-0 lead in the third inning of the Twins ' 13-0 win. He became the first Twins player to homer on his first big league pitch and just the 29th player in Major League history to accomplish the feat. 'It was an awesome moment,' Rosario said. 'To have your first-bat and hit the first pitch for a home run. I was just trying to be aggressive.'" - By Rhett Bollinger / MLB.com (05/07/2015, Rosario homers on first pitch of career , Source )
Eddie 'Bandidou' Rosario Autograph on a 2014 Bowman Sterling Baseball Card (#114/125)
Eddie Rosario Wild Card Game Pitching Stats
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Eddie Rosario Wild Card Game Fielding Stats
Eddie Rosario Wild Card Game Miscellaneous Stats
Eddie Rosario Wild Card Game Miscellaneous Items of Interest
The Major League Baseball Wild Card Game is a one-game, winner take all, postseason event that was added to the Major League Baseball in 2012. The history of the Wild Card Game , the original Wild Card Game Press Release, comprehensive Wild Card Game results, and Wild Card Game trivia are on Baseball Almanac.
Did you know that nineteen of the thirty Major League Baseball teams have already appeared in a Wild Card Game ?