With his aggressive approach at the plate, on the bases and in the field, Rosario has become a must-watch player for the Twins. He's in the middle of a career year and is looking to get rewarded with his first trip to the All-Star Game.
"He's one of those don't-blink players," Molitor said. "You don't know what's going to happen at any moment when he's involved with a play."
Rosario is Minnesota's top All-Star candidate, and entering Friday's game against the Indians, is hitting .308/.333/.520 with nine homers, 15 doubles, 33 RBIs and five stolen bases in 52 games. His transformation into a top-caliber hitter began last year, when he hit .290/.328/.507 with 27 homers, 33 doubles and 78 RBIs.
"I like it when he's up there, I like it when he's aggressive," Molitor said. "Obviously, we talk so much about him trying to command the zone at least somewhat, and when he does that, he can be effective."
The other Twins on the ballot are first baseman Joe Mauer, second baseman Brian Dozier, shortstop Eduardo Escobar, third baseman Miguel Sano, center fielder Byron Buxton, right fielder Max Kepler, catcher Mitch Garver and designated hitter Logan Morrison.
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