Oct 7, 2010, 12:20 AM EDT
Photo courtesy Minnesota Twins
Brand-new Target Field hosts its first postseason game tonight.
How on earth can this game top the one that just ended in Philadelphia? Seriously, I can't even fathom what would top Roy Halladay's no-hitter.
But the Yankees and Twins are obligated to begin their American League Division Series, so they will. Certainly either of tonight's starters (CC Sabathia and Francisco Liriano) is capable of a dominant performance a la Halladay.
I'll actually be able to watch this one in its entirety, so I'll be sharing thoughts throughout…
SS Derek Jeter
RF Nick Swisher
1B Mark Teixeira
3B Alex Rodriguez
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