Twins' Trevor Plouffe tapes Eduardo Escobar's mouth shut

Monday May 4th, 2015

The Minnesota Twins finished off a four-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox on Sunday with a 10-run victory.

The winning streak led to a relaxed atmosphere in the dugout, with Trevor Plouffe, riding high off a three-hit, five-RBI day, deciding to tape utility man Eduardo Escobar's mouth shut.

Escobar seems to be the preferred target for dugout pranks for the Twins, as after he removes the tape from his mouth, Shane Robinson tricks the infielder by pretending to spill a cup of water on him.

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 Brendan Maloy

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