Tuesday's Twins-Cleveland game recap

  • Updated: August 14, 2013 - 12:00 AM

Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Zach McAllister delivers in the first inning of a baseball game against the Minnesota Twins, Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) ORG XMIT: MIN2013081323312386

GAME RECAP

IMPACT PLAYER

Zach McAllister, Cleveland

The righthander won for the first time in almost three months, giving up one earned run on four hits and one walk while striking out seven.

BY THE NUMBERS

3 Hits for Josh Willingham since returning from the disabled list Friday: two homers and one double.

.061 Average with runners in scoring position for the Twins over their past six games, yet they are 4-2 in those games.

74 Innings thrown by Anthony Swarzak this year, passing last season’s total.

ON DECK

Kyle Gibson enters his start winless in his last four outings. He also has gone three starts without pitching at least six innings.

La VELLE E. NEAL III

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Baltimore - LP: W. Chen 1 FINAL
Boston - WP: J. Masterson 7
Chicago Cubs - WP: J. Arrieta 5 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: A. Caminero 2
NY Yankees - LP: C. Sabathia 1 FINAL
Detroit - WP: A. Simon 2
Cincinnati - WP: A. DeSclafani 6 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: W. Peralta 1
Cleveland - LP: C. Allen 3 FINAL
Chicago WSox - WP: D. Robertson 4
Minnesota - LP: K. Gibson 1 FINAL
Kansas City - WP: E. Volquez 7
San Diego - WP: O. Despaigne 14 FINAL
Colorado - LP: J. De La Rosa 3
Oakland 5 Bottom 5th Inning
LA Angels 3
Houston 3 Top 6th Inning
Seattle 5
Milwaukee 82 FINAL
Chicago 91
New Orleans 53 3rd Qtr 9:48
Golden State 61
NY Rangers 2 FINAL
Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 0 FINAL
Minnesota 3
Anaheim 4 3rd Prd
Winnipeg 4
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