2018 Game 24: Toronto Blue Jays at Minnesota Twins

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twinss

(15-12)                                          (9-14)
Target Field
1 Twins Way
Minneapolis, Minnesota
7:10 PM CDT

Game Previews
Minnesota Twins Official Game Notes
Yahoo! Sports

Toronto Blue Jays Starting Lineup
1. Ganderson, RF
2. Hernández, LF
3. Smoak, 1B
4. Solarte, 3B
5. Martin, C
6. Morales, DH
7. Pillar, CF
8. Díaz, SS
9. Gurriel Jr., 2B

New York Yankees Starting Lineup
1. Dozier, 2B
2. Mauer, 1B
3. Rosario, LF
4. Escobar, 3B
5. Kepler, CF
6. Grossman, RF
7. Morrison, DH
8. Garver, C
9. Adrianza, SS

Probable Starting Pitchers
Aaron Jacob Sanchez
1-2, 3.69
Michael Lance Lynn
0-2, 7.71

29 thoughts on “2018 Game 24: Toronto Blue Jays at Minnesota Twins”

      1. He did, but by the time Garver was gambling on a foul ball, he picked the ball up the runner was home.

        1. Yes, but you should always get an out, especially the lead runner, when you have the chance, not hope for a foul ball. That would have just extended the at-bat. Not a smart decision there.

      1. It really is. Just constant bad pitching and insufficient hitting. This stretch has reminded me a lot of 2016, if I'm being honest.

        1. Is it just me, or does the pitching seem to be largely a product of bad approach, not bad execution? I maybe haven't watched enough to say that with confidence, but it feels like maybe there is something there.

    1. The only time I have watched it is when I fell asleep during a Champions League match and woke up and hour lately and Whitlock was yammering some nonsense.

      1. Almost went with that title in homage to Whitlock's always entirely coherent Kaepernick takes (which somehow make even less sense than Shaq's gas take).

  1. Pressly lucky to get out of the inning. Clearly, swing on 3-0 when the pitcher can't find the zone.

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