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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Vidal Nuno
The Minnesota Twins are waiting for Oswaldo Arcia to consistently have nights like the one he had Friday.
The way Brett Gardner sees it, Oswaldo Arcia's two throws were hardly the only reasons the Yankees lost to the Twins.
Daniel Murphy stood in the batter's box, twisting his body as if he were directing the flight of his soaring drive down the right field line.
With his pitching staff depleted by injuries, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi had only one choice: keep sending Vidal Nuno back out to the mound.
Carlos Beltran homered for his first hit this spring, leading the New York Yankees past the Toronto Blue Jays 8-2 on Sunday.
The banged-up New York Yankees put pitcher Ivan Nova and catcher Francisco Cervelli on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, the latest setbacks in an injury-riddled season.
"It was just leaving fastballs up and you cannot be doing that," Nuno said. "But, overall, it was just another day of going out there, pounding the zone and just keeping guys in the ballgame."
"I was up in the zone the first inning, first half of the lineup and it was just making pitches," Nuno said. "It was a long game, guys came back and it was unbelievable how we came back and kept fighting."