The Twins try to bounce back after one of the most devastating losses in franchise history. This is a test of their resiliency, which has been pretty good this year.
|2009 - Anthony Swarzak||2-3||6||6||0||0||0||0||32||35||16||16||3||11||18||4.50||1.44|
Anthony Swarzak is coming off a short start against the Yankees when the bombers hit him around at the Dome. The last time he faced the A's, he had his shortest start of the season at the Colosseum, going just 3.2 innings. He needs to reverse two trends tonight: three short starts in his last four and an A's team who hit everything hard last night.
|2009 - Dallas Braden||7-8||19||19||0||0||0||0||117.1||121||49||45||8||31||75||3.45||1.30|
07/21/09 10:05 PM EDT
|Minnesota Twins||Oakland Athletics|
|Carlos Gomez - CF||Adam Kennedy - 3B|
|Joe Mauer - C||Orlando Cabrera - SS|
|Justin Morneau - 1B||Scott Hairston - CF|
| Michael Cuddyer- RF ||Matt Holliday - LF|
|Jason Kubel - DH||Jack Cust - DH|
|Joe Crede - 3B||Kurt Suzuki - C|
|Delmon Young - LF||Daric Barton - 1B|
|Nick Punto - SS||Ryan Sweeney - RF|
|Alexi Casilla - 2B||Mark Ellis - 2B|