Twins Give Up Twelve Runs In Blow-Out Loss

(Minneapolis, MN) — Twins pitchers struggled in a 12-3 loss to Cleveland at Target Field. Griffin Jax started the game and allowed five runs, three of them earned, across four-and-two-thirds innings to get the loss. Jovani Moran and Andrew Albers combined to give up seven runs over the final four-and-a-third innings out of the pen. By the time the Twins got their first runs on a three-run blast by Miguel Sano, they were down 10-3. The Twins are off tonight and play in Toronto on Friday.

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