And you were worried about the Twins stealing off Jorge Posada.
Minnesota has yet to steal a base, yet the Twins lead 3-0 heading into the fourth.
For the third straight inning they put the leadoff batter on base. In the bottom of the third, Orlando Hudson singled to left field, then hustled all the way to third on a Joe Mauer groundout to first baseman Mark Teixeira. But the real blow came -- not from the Twins, but off of Jorge Posada's glove. With Delmon Young at the plate, a pitch from CC Sabathia ricocheted off the heel of the Yankee catcher's glove and Hudson scored.