According to ELIAS

Twins’ big inning subjugates Royals

Eduardo Escobar

Miguel Sano hit a three-run triple and Eduardo Escobar blasted a three-run homer in the seventh inning of the Twins’ 9–1 win over the Royals on Wednesday. It’s the first time since the Twins arrived in Minnesota in 1961 that they had a three-run triple and three-run homer in the same inning.

Sano’s triple was a welcome sight for Twins fans: Minnesota hit .190 with the bases loaded last season, the lowest in the major leagues in any of the past three seasons (2014–16) and the lowest for Minnesota since 1982.

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One Response to According to ELIAS

  1. Oldgoat_MN says:

    I love these ‘According To ELIAS’ posts. Always interesting.
    It was positive, too! I thought it might make some reference to Buxton’s prolific strikeout rate in the first two games.
    This was better.

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