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Francisco Lindor had a tough time getting the donut off of his bat

Eddie Rosario put up a phenomenal performance at the plate to help lift the Twins over the Indians in a 7-5 win on Sunday. He hit three homers and ended the game in walk-off fashion with a two-run smash off Cody Allen. And while he didn't seem to have any issues with his bat, on the other side of the field Francisco Lindor was struggling with his before he even got to the plate.

In the top of the sixth, Lindor was heading to his at-bat when -- well, this happened:


He threw the bat down in frustration when the donut refused to slide off. After attempting a bit of force along the steps, his lumber eventually broke free. Lindor then walked back to the plate with a huge smile on his face:


Mr. Smile doing what he does best.