Wednesday's Twins-Oakland game recap

  • Updated: September 12, 2013 - 12:13 AM

GAME RECAP

IMPACT PLAYER

Jed Lowrie

A double, a home run and four RBI. Not bad for only playing five innings.

BY THE NUMBERS

5 Years since the Twins have allowed a 10-run inning; last came on Aug. 4, 2008

2.70 Minnesota native Pat Neshek’s career ERA in six Target Field appearances, two as a visitor

6 Twins who have homered in their first at-bat with the team since 1974, after Eric Fryer’s sixth-inning blast

ON DECK

Scott Diamond makes his first start for the Twins since Aug. 1 as the Twins try to win their third consecutive series vs. a first-place team.

PHIL MILLER

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NY Mets 2 FINAL
Washington 0
Pittsburgh 7 FINAL
Detroit 3
Miami 3 FINAL
St. Louis 2
Boston - WP: K. Couch 11 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: C. Reavis 8
NY Yankees - LP: M. Tanaka 1 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: T. Milone 3
Tampa Bay 4 FINAL
Baltimore 3
Philadelphia 6 FINAL
Toronto 10
Chicago Cubs 9 Top 9th Inning
Texas 9
Cincinnati 9 Bottom 8th Inning
Milwaukee 3
Colorado 3 FINAL
San Francisco 4
Chicago WSox 2 Bottom 9th Inning
Los Angeles 1
Seattle 6 Top 9th Inning
Cleveland 8
Oakland 10 Bottom 7th Inning
LA Angels 9
Texas 6 Top 8th Inning
Arizona 7
Houston 2 Top 3rd Inning
Atlanta 0
Kansas City 9:05 PM
San Diego
Atlanta 6:30 PM
Detroit
Indiana 6:30 PM
Brooklyn
San Antonio 7:00 PM
Miami
Golden State 9:30 PM
LA Clippers
New Jersey 6:00 PM
Columbus
Carolina 6:00 PM
Washington
Florida 6:00 PM
Boston
Ottawa 6:30 PM
Detroit
Tampa Bay 6:30 PM
Toronto
NY Rangers 7:00 PM
Winnipeg
Vancouver 7:00 PM
Nashville
UT Martin 6:00 PM
Evansville
Miami-Florida 6:00 PM
Temple
NJIT 8:00 PM
Northern Ariz
Stanford 8:00 PM
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