Game 112 Twins v. Clevelanders

10. Number of games the Twins find themselves behind Cleveland? The number of runs they were outscored by last night? Tom Kelly's number? All three of course.

So the Twins in the second of a 4 game tilt against Cleveland in a lost season. Adalberto Mejia (I call him Bert) pitched well last week against the Spiders, so let's see if he can do it again. Carlos Carrasco, who pitched 7.1 scoreless innings against the Twins last week, is the opponent.

6:10p start, although it sounds like some rain may delay the game. Go Twins.

34 thoughts on “Game 112 Twins v. Clevelanders”

  1. Not going well for the Red Wings--they're down 5-0 to Toledo in the fifth and have only one hit so far. Think I'll switch to the Fort Myers Miracle for a while.

  2. Good night for Griffin Jax. 7.1 scoreless innings, four hits, one walk, seven strikeouts. The MIracle leads Lakeland 3-0. Jose Miranda's first hit in high-A was a two-run homer in the eighth.

    1. A three-run homer cuts the lead to 10-8. Kingsport has eight runs on three hits. They've drawn five walks, had a hit batsman, and the Twins have made two errors.

          1. What I meant was, what are the major league averages for BA and OPS with the bases loaded? I remember hearing that most batters will do better with the bases loaded than they do in an average at-bat. Again, I'm not saying the Twins numbers aren't good. I'm just trying to gauge how good they are.

      1. Sore wrist. I hate wrist injuries. It seems like they're never taken as seriously as they should be. You can fight through it and play, and so people do. They just aren't nearly as effective.

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