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Twins rookie Eddie Rosario hits a home run off his first Major League pitch and his family goes wild

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Twins Rookie Hits a Home Run First Time at Bat, His Family Goes Wild!

By INSIDE EDITION
A young man's first time at bat in the Major League was truly a field of dreams as he smashes the very first pitch for a home run!

The announcer at the game exclaimed, "Absolutely unbelievable! What a moment for Eddie Rosario! Talk about making a splash in your Major League debut on the first pitch!"

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Twins rookie Eddie Rosario hits a home run off his first Major League pitch and his family goes wild
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - MAY 6: Eddie Rosario #20 of the Minnesota Twins runs after hitting a home run on the first pitch of his MLB debut against the Oakland Athletics on May 6, 2015 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Twins defeated the Athletics 13-0. (Photo by Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)
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It doesn't get any better than this as Eddie's deliriously happy family goes wild in the stands!

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"Right now, I think I'm the happiest father in this world right now!" his father said.
As the 23-year-old rookie happily enters the dugout, his team mates give him the silent treatment before high-fiving him!

For the moment, he is the King of swing, and his family couldn't be prouder.

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