By: Jason Beck /mlb.com
MINNEAPOLIS — Max St. Pierre stood in front of his locker at Target Field and took in where he was, in the Major Leagues.
He only had about an hour of sleep Tuesday night because he was afraid of missing his flight, so he might suspect he’s still asleep. But he spent 14 years of Minor League ball dreaming about this.
“I’m still dreaming, I feel like,” he said.
For others — some in the same clubhouse, others watching from afar — the reality has registered. It means a lot to more than just St. Pierre. Read more HERE.