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Check out the crazy back-and-forth 1st inning of the 2017 American League Wild Card Game, including homers on both sides from Brian Dozier, Eddie Rosario and Didi Gregorius

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24 thoughts on “Watch the see-saw 1st inning of the 2017 AL Wild Card

  1. 1:24: Brian Dozier Solo Home Run
    2:27: Joe Mauer Popout
    5:27: Jorge Polanco Walk
    8:25: Eddie Rosario 2 Run Home Run
    9:40: Eduardo Escobar Single
    13:48: Max Kepler Double
    16:55: Byron Buxton Strikeout
    19:23: Jason Castro Strikeout
    22:22: Brett Gardner Walk
    25:44: Aaron Judge Single
    28:30: Gary Sanchez Popout
    31:52: Didi Gregorius 3 Run Home Run
    35:10: Starlin Castro Flyout
    37:37: Greg Bird Walk
    40:59: Aaron Hicks Groundout

  2. I took my mother to this ballgame. The Stadium was shaking when Didi touched off. She never saw baseball the same.

  3. As a twins fan I died on the inside when didi hit that homerun I knew they were going to lose but I had very high hopes after the top of the 1st

  4. A lot of credit to sevy for bouncing back in the ALDS, but a HUUUUUUUGE Standing O to the bullpen that killed any momentum for the twins

  5. MLB 19 is very realistic with louder crowd sounds and many other tweaks n additions, but imagine during a play off game the atmosphere was like this… I’d be so fired up but nervous at the same time 😂😂

  6. This was the beginning of a new era, Houston got the better of us last year but we're ready to battle for the title

  7. Still get goosebumps watching Dozier's home run here in the wild card game. As a Twins fan I miss you desperately but wish you the best of luck in LA Brian Dozier!

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