MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor did some juggling of his lineup last night, moving Miguel Sano to DH. The move was aimed at giving Byung Ho Park a break, although Park ended his 0-for-21 skid with a single on Monday.

Sano last night struck out three times and could probably use a rest himself. He's batting .219 with 66 strikeouts in 160 at-bats. The 66 K's ties him for the major league lead. Molitor says Sano is perhaps "a little off."

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