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Farm Report: Eduardo Del Rosario pitches six shutout innings

A recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from April 7th, 2017.

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Triple-A: Rochester Red Wings at Syracuse Chiefs

Rained out. Again.

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Double-A: Chattanooga Lookouts 4, Mobile BayBears 3

This one went into the bottom of the tenth inning, and prospect SS Nick Gordon hit a walk-off single to win it for the Lookouts! He was 3-for-4 on the day with two RBI. Not bad.

C Dan Rohlfing had a solo home run in the first inning, which makes me happy.

On the pitching side, RP Nick Burdi threw a perfect 1.1 innings on relief. Yum.

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High-A: Jupiter Hammerheads 11, Ft. Myers Miracle 8

Well at least the Miracle scored some runs tonight! Just not enough.

2B Luis Arraez went 3-for-5 and DH Brian Navarreto hit a home run in the win.

The problem was the pitching was not so great. SP Cody Stashak gave up four runs (three earned); RP Sam Clay gave up six runs (in only 0.2 innings! eep!); and RP Michael Theofanopoulos added another run on there too.

It’s not Spring Training anymore, boys.

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Low-A: Cedar Rapids Kernels 4, Beloit Snappers 0 (Game 1)

It was a double party, baby! 1B Lewin Diaz, RF Jaylin Davis, DH Mitchell Kranson, and LF Shane Carrier all hit doubles in the first game of the Opening Day double-header. CF Aaron Whitefield hit a triple, even, but only one.

Oh, and SP Eduardo Del Rosario? Cruised to the win baby. Pitched 6.0 innings with two hits, one walk, and seven strikeouts.

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Low-A: Beloit Snappers 3, Cedar Rapids Kernels 2 (Game 2)

Since it was a minor leaguer double-header, these games were limited to seven innings—and this one was a seven inning walk-off. Boo.

That DH Lewin Diaz went 2-for-3 with another double though!

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