2021 Game 126: Minnesota Twins at Boston Red Sox

Bailey Ober
Nick Pivetta

This is, after I did the math twice, game 126 for the Twins. Any player needs to have a minimum of 390.6 PAs after tonight's game to qualify for all of the batting categories. Arraez is now at 352 PAs so he needs 38.6 more to not have outs added to his totals to qualify. Added to the rest of the season and he needs to average 4.05 PAs per team game. His current batting average would place him third, 0.00025 points behind Brantley.

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  1. Early farm report:

    St. Paul trails Toledo 3-2 in the eighth. Mark Contreras hit a two-run homer. Byron Buxton is 2-for-3.
    Wichita and Tulsa are scoreless in the third. Neither team has a hit yet.
    Cedar Rapids lost to Beloit 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. Louie Varland gave up two runs in five innings to take the loss. The Kernels lead the second game 1-0 in the second on a Wander Javier homer.
    Fort Myers trails Bradenton 4-0 in the fifth inning of the first game of a doubleheader. The Mighty Mussels have just one hit, a single by Christian Encarnacion-Strand, who is in his first professional game.

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