COLUMBIA - Aaron Senne has imagined this countless times. Today, well before he steps to the plate at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, hundreds of fans will have risen to their feet, filling the atmosphere with an electric buzz of anticipation that soon will be replaced by an eruption of thunderous applause as his name is called by the public address announcer. They’ll chant his name louder than the rest, boo if he is walked and hiss at any umpire that dares to call him out on strikes.
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