2022 Game 162: Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox

Louie Varland
Davis Martin

The season mercifully comes to an end. The postseason starts this Friday with four games each day through Sunday.

The 2022 Twins were projected for about 82-80 and will finish at either 77-85 or 78-84. The 2021 Twins were projected at 88-74 but finished 73-89. They played at a 69-win pace from June onward. They are 9-9 versus the White Sox. A win today keeps them above .500 in the division while a loss puts them at exactly .500.

18 thoughts on “2022 Game 162: Minnesota Twins at Chicago White Sox”

      1. I like citizen shots of ballparks. I want more, assuming they approximately follow the right dimensions.

  1. Arraez gets another walk in the second and then doubles in the third. He's replaced by Miranda so Arraez finishes the season at .316.

  2. In other news, Ohtani has four innings so far, so he qualifies for pitching stats this season too.

    1. Ruth never met the minimum PAs and IPs. In 1918, he had enough IPs but was eight PAs shy (the Red Sox played 126 games). 1919 had 138 games and Ruth had enough PAs but was five IPs shy of qualifying.

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