Taylor Rogers watches twin brother Tyler Rogers during playoffs

It’s took place many times throughout their lives … why would not it occur throughout the playoffs, too?

Twins reducer Taylor Rogers came out to support his twin sibling, Giants reducer Tyler Rogers, for Friday’s Game 1 of the National League Division Series provided by Good Sam in between the Dodgers and Giants at Oracle Park in San Francisco. Taylor sat with Jenn Rogers, his sister-in-law and Tyler’s other half, who published to her Instagram stories (@jayyyrog) that she completely delighted in all the baffled appearances from fans in the stands when they discovered a striking resemblance in between the person in the stands and the person on the mound. From Taylor’s expression, he obviously got a bang out of it, too.

“A lot of people mistook him for me, and even during the game, they were asking him why he’s in the stands,” stated Tyler Rogers with a laugh on Saturday ahead of Game 2.

In basic, it was an adventure for Taylor Rogers to see Tyler pitching in the playoffs. Tyler included that Taylor was “very excited when I came in, and he was very excited all day.” Taylor even provided some smart postseason guidance.

“He told me about the commercial breaks being longer,” stated Tyler. “He said, ‘So if you’re warming up in between innings, really take your time, because you can be ready and there will still be a minute and a half left until the commercial break’s over.’ So that was a good tidbit from him.”

Lefty Taylor — a six-year veteran who pitched to a 3.35 age throughout 40 getaways from the Twins’ bullpen in his very first All-Star season in 2021 prior to landing on the 60-day IL with a left middle finger sprain — has yet to deal with submarining righty Tyler, who was called in ’19, in a video game. Tyler delighted in a breakout season in ’21, publishing a 2.22 age in 80 video games. He gone into in the 8th inning of Friday’s 4-0 Giants win to retire Corey Seager and hair Mookie Betts on 2nd in his very first postseason getaway, which likewise maintained starter Logan Webb’s scoreless line in his playoff launching.

The Giants are arranged to pay the Twins a check out from Aug. 26-28, 2022, so perhaps there’s a battle in the Rogers bros’ future.

Maria Guardado added to this story.

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