Game 95: Tigers @ Twins

It's July 20th and the Twins are still only (somehow) a 1/2 game back of the Clevelanders for first in the ALC. Its truly mind-boggling when incorporating the information that they just sent out an old-as-dirt Bartolo Colon to start a game. But hey, I'll take it.

Anibal Sanchez (1-0, 6.08 ERA, 5.58 FIP) vs. Ervin Santana (11-6, 2.99 ERA, 4.76 FIP)

The Tigers have entered rebuild mode (and abandoned fly-ball mode), which is sort of fun to see since they've been near the top of the division for a while now. That should hopefully make things a bit easier for the Twins to keep pace with the Spiders.  I have to imagine we'll see Verlander trying on some new clothes fairly soon, eh?

19 thoughts on “Game 95: Tigers @ Twins”

    1. Kinda neat that they scheduled it for a series against the Tigers, though. Throwbacks to both teams' '87 unis would've been sweet.

  1. Bizarre stat of the day: In every start this year, Santana has allowed 2 runs or fewer or 5 runs or more, never 3 or 4 runs. He's either very good or bad, never mediocre. Hold them right there, Magic Man.

  2. this game has the pace of a Yankee-Red Sox match.

    but hopefully the Twins have 4 runs in them.

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