2020 Game 32: Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Naps

José Berríos
Mike Clevinger

Time for Berríos to continue his success from the last game and continue how well the starters have pitched in this series. The Twins meanwhile scored four against Clevinger to close out July. He pitched well, if wild, against Cincinnati earlier this month and has been out since.

The Twins are 4-2 against Cleveland so far. One more win clinches at least .500 against them this year. Let's make this a 4-2 game to turn the season series to 5-2.

32 thoughts on “2020 Game 32: Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Naps”

  1. I have irrational love for LaMonte Wade Jr and glad he is getting playing time in this stint up from the minors.

  2. Is Duffey incapable of pitching in multiple innings? It seems like 9 pitches shouldn't have gassed him.

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