Tuesday's Twins-Seattle game recap

Twins Head Home For 9-Game Stint, Announce Sellouts

Twins Head Home For 9-Game Stint, Announce Sellouts

Trevor May earned his first save of the season as he allowed two hits and struck out one in a scoreless inning.

The host Minnesota Twins rallied for a win over the Seattle Mariners last night.

The Minnesota Twins will look to bounce back after dropping game two on Wednesday.

The Twins are 4-0 in their last four games versus the AL West. Minnesota is 12-2 in the last 14 Berrios starts. This will be Kikuchi's second career start against Minnesota.

The Mariners (29-42) go for the series win at 10 a.m. PT Thursday.

Minnesota jumped out to a 15-0 lead heading into the bottom of the fifth of an eventual 18-4 victory, clubbing six home runs along the way.

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After a reliever opened, Seattle's Tommy Milone pitched six innings and gave up four hits and three runs while striking out six and walking none.

The Seattle Mariners and the Minnesota Twins meet in the rubber match of their three game set in Major League Baseball action from Target Field on Thursday. Marwin Gonzalez and Byron Buxton each had a home run and two RBIs while Max Kepler had a solo home run and Mitch Garver went 2 for 5 with an RBI to round out Minnesota's scoring as a team in the loss.

Rumbelow showed some promise in the Mariners' minor league ranks previous year, notching a 1.83 ERA and a 26-to-8 K/BB ratio in 19 2/3 innings, and he was similarly impressive in the Yankees' minor league system in 2017 when working back from Tommy John surgery. Polanco advanced to third on a flyout to left field and scored the tying run on a wild pitch. Jorge Polanco helped pace the Twins offensively as he went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a run and an RBI. "In general, he makes good decisions over and over again".

Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, his league-leading 21st of the season, for Seattle, which saw its bullpen blow a 5-3 lead and waste another quality start by Mike Leake. "We did some good things, but not enough".

"We played a good ballgame, we just didn't finish the game, and that's the frustrating thing", Seattle manager Scott Servais said.

The loss dropped Seattle, which began the season 13-2, to 10-28 since the end of April.

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