A DAY OF FIRSTS FOR HOSKINS: RBI, THEN HIT

Just 72 hours ago, Rhys Hoskins received his first Major League uniform and starting nod from his new skipper. Another pair of firsts fell off his big league to-do list Sunday: his first RBI and first base knock.

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