No bombs were found tonight, but the twins will accept submissions of offensive nicknames with the theme of doubles.
For the twins, the whole day was at a loss. This was a win on a humid and sultry night on Saturday, thanks in large part to the eight-double two-shot combination, which almost broke. Team record. After returning from Illinois, Luis Arraez was based on three pairs of first bases, which was a four-shot game.
Max Kepler’s bat has two more sackers. He scored the highest three points.
Eddie Rosario, Marwin Gonzalez and Ehire Adrianza each added their own semi-diamonds.
Minnesota needs these runs tonight-morale is much higher than actual insurance. Cincinnati took a 2-0 lead early and threatened to serve the base with difficulty in seventh place with only one out. The unwavering Red Army swept the battlefield, and the determined Chicago White Sox rushed into crossroads opponents elsewhere in the Midwest. Each additional run gave it more breathing space.
Beginner Michael Pineda struggled hard again, lasting only four innings and walking three Cincinnati batters. Four arms ran out of the bullpen; among them, only Cody Stashak allowed to run again. Taylor Rogers took the role of firefighter tonight, let Joey Votto chase (!), and filled the bag during the seventh stop of the visit.
Tyler Duffey played beautifully, beating the opponent on the ninth hole to win.
In this way-unless the Cubs meet in the eleventh hour-the twins will enter the final afternoon of the season with a game leading the White Sox.
All they need is to win the Central Championship tomorrow.
See you later!
RF Max Kepler (2-for-3, 3 R, BB, 2 2B)
2B Luis Arraez (4 for 4, 2 R, 3 RBI, 3 2B)
RP Taylor Rogers (1
RP Taylor Duffy (1.1 IP, 3 K)
No rubbish! Win-win! Win-win!
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