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Game Recaps

Yankees 10, Twins 4: No surprises here

The Yankees and the Twins played a game of baseball, which went about how you would expect.

Blue Jays 12, Twins 3: Hellos—and Goodbyes

Bundy battered & Berrios brilliant

Twins 9, Blue Jays 3: Two dongs each from Garlick & Miranda and Buxton busts slump

Oddsmakers, eat your hearts out!

Tigers 3, Twins 2: Pagán Ritual

Well, that was not ideal.

Tigers 4, Twins 0: The terrible twos

Lousy nightcap = doubleheader split.

Twins 8, Tigers 2: Back on track

Devin Smeltzer gave the Twins bullpen a much needed break, with lots of run support from the lineup.

Tigers 7, Twins 5: A sloppy matinee

The Twins hit three home runs, but it wasn’t enough

Twins 7, Royals 3: It’s Mostly Sonny in Minneapolis

Call the title more of a hope than anything else.

Royals 7, Twins 3: Get the Defense Off the Field

Another short start, some sloppy defense, six two-out KC runs, and 18 Twins left on base is a bad formula

Twins 10, Royals 7: Old-fashioned twimming

Timely offense overcomes iffy pitching, with lots of LOBs and homers, small-ball, you name it.

Royals 3, Twins 2: I am so sad, I am so very very sad

Duffey blows a Smeltzer gem.

Tigers 4, Twins 2: Detroit Pulls Away in Extras

Dylan Bundy pitched well, but the Twins offense struggled.

Twins 2, Tigers 0: Gray and company toss a shutout

The Twins clinched a series win on the back of their excellent pitching.

Twins 5, Tigers 4: Slam early, walk-off late

The Twins eked out another close win in strange fashion

Twins 6, Royals 4: Score early, score late, pitch just well enough, you win (and get sent down)

Devin Smeltzer pitches goodly pre-demotion, and young Miranda has a crucial bat moment to take this series opener.

Twins 14, Athletics 4: Offensive Rebound

Correa’s return sparks dormant bats

Athletics 5, Twins 2: At least we have Royce Lewis

Homers from Gary Sanchez and Royce Lewis were not enough to push the Twins to a victory tonight.

Twins 3, Athletics 1: Another low-scoring win in the books

Royce Lewis, Gary Sanchez, and the pitching staff come through

Twins 12, Guardians 8: Pitching? Defense? What are those?

A monster two-out rally gives Minnesota a lead they can’t sloppy away.

Astros 11, Twins 3: Just getting warmed up for game three, right?

The Twins must have not wanted to complete this one.

Astros 5, Twins 0: At least we got a hit

Joe Ryan day was cancelled in favor of Justin Verlander day.

Minnesota 4, Oakland 3: Twins players love their moms enough to win

Do the Twins love their mothers enough to win a game?

Twins 2, A’s 1: Night of the living rookies

Early-career milestones for two hitters and a pitcher deliver a mostly stress-free close win... until the very end...

Orioles 5, Twins 3: despite all my rage, I am still just a nincompoop on a base

(And also giving up homeruns is bad, in this ted talk I will...)

Orioles 9, Twins 4: Circus Baseball

Bad Luck Bundy and the Gloves let the Twins down

Twins 7, Orioles 2: Keeping the ball rolling

The hitting and pitching in the second half of the game carried the Twins to their 11th win in their last 12 games.

Twins 2, Orioles 1: Paddack, bullpen lock down the Orioles

Chris Paddack was good, the bullpen was even better, and the Twins’ offense did just enough

Twins 9, Rays 3: Be kinder re Winder

Minnesota takes the rubber and the rubber match.

Rays 6, Twins 1: Over early and done fast

At least you didn’t waste too much of your allotted lifespan on this one.

Twins 7, Tigers 1: So long and thanks for all the errors

"Oops!" - Various Tigers while fielding

Twins 5, Tigers 0: Swift dominance

In all three phases of the game, Minnesota trounced ‘em.

Twins 6, White Sox 4 (10 inn.): Byron on all cylinders

call him buXXXton because he is DIRTY