Twins Win Again; Score 18 Runs In First 2 Games @ Seattle

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As you stumble into the house (or her/his house if your night was better than mine) on this suddenly cold late Friday/early Saturday, I am here to bore you with another Twins victory. This time, it was in Seattle, the 2nd time in a row. It was an easy glide to the W this time. Martin Perez pitched 6.2 innings and only gave up one run.

On offense… it was more of the same. Lots of runs. There weren’t as many homeruns hit this time around, compared to Thursday night, so that was a nice change of pace. There was one though… it was Ehire Adrianza showing stupid people (like me) why sending him back down to the minors would be a bad idea.

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The Twins got 6 of their last 7 runs in the 4th and 5th innings, where Adrianza collected more RBI and Max Kepler cemented a huge performance. If it wasn’t so late and business wasn’t taken care of so handily, I might actually be a little bit more excited about the Twins now being up a 5.5 games in the Central Division.

But at this point, the playoffs seem to be a forgone conclusion.

Here are some other highlights from the night (Ken Griffey Jr. was in the FSN booth):

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The Twins will play again tomorrow night for game 3 of 4 in Seattle at 9 PM, looking to win their 5th in a row.

Eric Strack | Minnesota Sports Fan

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