Dobnak unfazed by 'Uber' chants from Yankees fans
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Minnesota Twins right-hander Randy Dobnak's first career playoff start didn't go smoothly, but he isn't letting a raucous New York crowd get to him.

Fans chanted "Uber" during Dobnak's two-inning performance in his team's eventual 8-2 loss to the Yankees in Game 2 of the American League Division Series on Saturday.

The rookie, who drove for Uber before signing with the Twins, was unfazed by the chants.

"I actually loved doing Uber," Dobnak told Hannah Keyser of Yahoo Sports. "Every time you get a ride it's different. Keeps things interesting."

Despite being credited with allowing four earned runs across two-plus innings on Saturday, Dobnak decided instead to focus on the positives of pitching in his first postseason game.

"Oh I had a lot of fun out there," he added. "Even though bad results. Who gets to play baseball for a job? This is awesome."

Dobnak and the Twins will travel to their home park in Minnesota to try to fend off elimination against the Yankees in Game 3 on Monday.

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