Recap: Twins-Kansas City
- August 29, 2014 - 1:13 AM
Jordan Schafer, Twins
The ninth-place hitter provided four RBI — matching a career high — and raised his average to .328 with three hits. He also stole a base.
BY THE NUMBERS
11 Runs scored by the Twins, the most they have managed against Kansas City since 2010.
119 Career home runs by Alex Gordon, passing Wade Boggs for most by a native of Nebraska.
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