Recap: Twins 3, Cleveland 2

  • Updated: July 29, 2007 - 12:17 AM


Jason Tyner, Twins

He might never hit another homer. Ever.


113 Consecutive starts of at least five innings for Johan Santana, the third longest streak over the last 50 years.

1,220 At-bats before Tyner's first career homer, the longest active streak in the majors.

612 At-bats since Twins second baseman Luis Castillo's last homer, the new longest homerless streak by an active player.


Righthander Matt Garza will pitch on six days rest when he faces Cleveland today in the series finale.


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Cincinnati - WP: A. Simon 4 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - LP: J. Samardzija 1
St. Louis - LP: M. Wacha 1 FINAL
Washington - WP: G. Gonzalez 3
Milwaukee - WP: K. Lohse 5 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: C. Morton 3
Toronto - WP: S. Delabar 3 FINAL
Cleveland - LP: M. Rzepczynski 2
LA Angels - WP: J. Weaver 11 FINAL
Detroit - LP: D. Smyly 6
Atlanta - WP: A. Harang 6 FINAL
NY Mets - LP: J. Niese 0
Baltimore - WP: C. Tillman 8 FINAL
Boston - LP: J. Lackey 4
NY Yankees - LP: A. Warren 5 FINAL
Tampa Bay - WP: J. McGee 11
Seattle - LP: Y. Medina 4 FINAL
Miami - WP: S. Cishek 8
Chicago WSox - LP: F. Paulino 0 FINAL
Texas - WP: M. Perez 12
Minnesota - LP: R. Nolasco 0 FINAL
Kansas City - WP: J. Vargas 5
Philadelphia 1 Top 9th Inning
Colorado 12
Houston 0 Bottom 3rd Inning
Oakland 8
San Francisco 0 Top 5th Inning
San Diego 1
Arizona 0 Bottom 4th Inning
Los Angeles 0
Montreal 4 FINAL
Tampa Bay 1
Detroit 1 FINAL
Boston 0
Dallas 1 2nd Prd 13:12
Anaheim 1
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