GameChat – Twins @ Brewers #3, 1:10 pm

Can the Twins not only win five games in a row, but complete two consecutive series sweeps? As difficult as that may be for us to get our heads around this season, that’s exactly what the Twins are playing for today in Milwaukee.

As happy as I am to see this recent string of success, my enthusiasm is tempered somewhat by the realization that the Twins won’t be able to continue playing every game against teams with defenses as bad as the Brewers and Tigers have. That said, it’s a lot more fun watching other teams play the “Bad News Bears” role, allowing the Twins to pick up some Ws.

TWINS

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BREWERS
Span, CF Hart, C, RF
Revere, RF Morgan, CF
Mauer, C Braun, LF
Willingham, LF Lucroy, C
Morneau, 1B Green, T, 3B
Dozier, SS Ishikawa, 1B
Plouffe, 3B Izturis, C, SS
Carroll, 2B Maysonet, 2B
Marquis, P Greinke, P
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Minnesota 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 9 0
Milwaukee 2 6 0 2 1 0 5 0 x 16 17 3

I didn’t see or even listen to any of this game and from the looks of things, it’s probably just as well. Let’s face it, any game in which the Twins use six pitchers and the second best pitching performance of the group was by Drew Butera, probably was not a game I really wanted to see. It looks like Joe Mauer showed up with his bat, but otherwise I don’t see much evidence of any offense in the Twins boxscore. – JC

One thought on “GameChat – Twins @ Brewers #3, 1:10 pm

  1. I turned the game on just in time to see flame throwing Drew Butera strike out Carlos Gomez. It was kind of awesome. Since they were going to lose anyway, it was nice to see something memorable.