Wednesday's Twins-Seattle game recap

  • Updated: July 10, 2014 - 1:00 AM

GAME RECAP

IMPACT PLAYER

Kendrys Morales, Twins

The designated hitter drove in three runs, starting the Twins quickly with a double in the first inning.

BY THE NUMBERS

2 Consecutive wins on the road for the Twins for the first time since June 11 and 13.

8 Wins by Kyle Gibson, second to Phil Hughes on the Twins staff.

6 Sam Fuld’s streak of plate appearances on which he reached base that ended when he struck out in the seventh.

ON DECK

Seattle changed its pitching plans for the final game of the series Thursday and will start Tom Wilhelmsen, normally a reliever, then piece the game together from the bullpen.

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Miami - LP: T. Koehler 5 FINAL
Washington - WP: M. Scherzer 7
Arizona - WP: J. Collmenter 13 FINAL
Colorado - LP: T. Matzek 7
San Diego - WP: I. Kennedy 9 FINAL
San Francisco - LP: C. Heston 1
Cincinnati - WP: M. Leake 3 FINAL
Pittsburgh - LP: G. Cole 0
NY Yankees - LP: C. Sabathia 1 FINAL
Toronto - WP: M. Buehrle 5
Philadelphia 4 Top 9th Inning
Atlanta 7
Baltimore - LP: U. Jimenez 1 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: J. deGrom 5
Arizona - WP: R. Ray 5 FINAL
Colorado - LP: J. Lyles 1
Tampa Bay 4 Bottom 8th Inning
Boston 3
Los Angeles 2 Bottom 6th Inning
Milwaukee 6
Cleveland 5 Bottom 6th Inning
Kansas City 2
Detroit 4 Top 6th Inning
Chicago WSox 3
Oakland 0 Top 7th Inning
Minnesota 6
Texas 11 Top 7th Inning
Houston 0
Chicago Cubs 5 Bottom 6th Inning
St. Louis 2
Seattle - R. Elias 9:05 PM
LA Angels - C. Wilson
Chicago 91 FINAL
Cleveland 106
LA Clippers 20 1st Qtr 2:49
Houston 27
Montreal 1 FINAL
Tampa Bay 2
NY Rangers 1 3rd Prd 9:12
Washington 2
Los Angeles 0 0th Half
Real Salt Lake 0
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