Saturday's Twins victory was the 16th one-hitter in team history. It was also the first time ...

the Twins won a one-hitter 1-0. They had previously won two 2-1 games (Jim Kaat in 1973, Ken Schrom in 1985) and one 2-0 (Gerry Arrigo in 1964, the first one-hitter in team history). They also won a game 1-0 in which they had only one hit: Jacque Jones’ homer off White Sox righthander Freddy Garcia in 2005.

the Twins won a one-hitter in extra innings. Saturday's game went 10.

• the Twins threw a one-hitter at Target Field. Their previous one came on Aug. 31, 2007 by Scott Baker at the Metrodome.

• the Twins used three pitchers for a one-hitter (Anthony Swarzak, Matt Capps and Alex Burnett). They had two other one-hitters with two pitchers.

• won a one-hitter with the lone hit coming in the eighth inning. Peter Bourjos had a one-out double for the Angels.