Tuesday's Twins-Seattle game recap

Twins Head Home For 9-Game Stint, Announce Sellouts

Twins Head Home For 9-Game Stint, Announce Sellouts

Daniel Vogelback hit his 17th homer for the Mariners in the sixth inning, but Marwin González tied it at 1 with his eighth homer in the seventh. Cruz and Adrianza each had three hits, with Adrianza keying the big rally, delivering a hit-and-run single and eventually dashing home on a ground ball against a drawn-in infield. He's yielded multiple home runs in three of his past four outings. "I thought I did a pretty good job with it".

Moved into AL batting lead with two doubles and a single, and drove in a run to raise his average to.341. Brennan said he has been pitching through mid-back fatigue that affected his command.

"He's not feeling great", said Seattle manager Scott Servais. Coming out of the game, he was a little bit frustrated. I hope he is.

The Twins continue to play well and have won three of their last four contests.

The high-scoring game was even at 1-1 after seven innings.

"We know we can hit homers, but that's not the only way we can score runs", Cruz said. However, he's yet to find any success in the Majors to this point in his career; in 34 2/3 big league innings, Rumbelow has a 5.97 ERA and 10 home runs allowed. "It's a real exciting team to be a part of". Then Tommy Milone came in and pitched six innings of three-run ball against his former team.

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- Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco has the longest active on-base streak in the American League at 26 straight games.

Mallex Smith and Domingo Santana led off the ninth with singles, but Encarnacion was called out on a third strike that appeared well outside the zone, Vogelbach popped up to second base and Seager flew out to left field to end the game. The Mariners added two more runs in the ninth.

Before the game, the Twins recalled right-handed reliever Francisco Romero from Triple-A Rochester and optioned Ryan Eades to the same club.

Berrios closed out tonight's game barely over an ERA of three, sitting at 3.01, but unfortunately, picked up a no-decision with the Twins' lineup nowhere to be seen in the first six innings.

Gordon opened the 10th with a ground-rule double off Tyler Duffey (1-1). The M's entered the series with a 126-125 advantage over the Twins, but Minnesota tied it at 127 with the back-to-back HRs.

Left-hander Yusei Kikuchi (3-4, 4.99 ERA) will get the start for the Mariners and will be opposed by right-hander Michael Pineda (4-3, 5.34). In his previous start, he gave up five runs in a loss at Detroit.

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