Category Archives: According to Elias

According to ELIAS – Eddie Rosario & Bartolo Colon

Rosario hits a grand slam in his second first-inning AB After grounding out as his team’s second batter, Eddie Rosario then capped the Twins’ nine-run first inning with a grand slam as Minnesota went on to rout Arizona, 12–5. Only one other … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Jose Berrios

Sweet Berrios poisons D-Backs 23-year-old Jose Berrios defeated Zack Greinke and the Diamondbacks, with the Twins winning the game 5-0. Berrios pitched seven brilliant innings in which he allowed just 2 hits and 1 walk, fanning 7. Berrios is now 11-5 in 18 starts … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Byron Buxton

Buxton’s own kind of triple double, adding inside-the-park HR   Byron Buxton’s contributions to the Twins’ 10-3 victory yesterday over the visiting Diamondbacks included a double, a triple and an inside-the-park home run. Buxton became only the fifth major-leaguer in … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Tribe’s K-Fest streak broken and Aaron Slegers

Tribe’s K-fest finally broken at Minnesota Carlos Carrasco struck out nine batters over five innings and Cleveland’s bullpen struck out 10 more in the Indians’ 9–3 victory at Minnesota. That tied the team record for strikeouts in a nine-inning game, set … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Indians enjoy Target Field

Indians feel at home in Minneapolis   The Cleveland Indians defeated the Twins yesterday for their ninth straight win at Target Field. That’s the second-longest current road winning streak by one major-league team over another; the Astros have won their … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Brian Dozier

Bull Dozier steamrolls in Detroit Brian Dozier led off Sunday’s game at Comerica Park with a homer off Matt Boyd, and the Twins went on to win, 6-4, to take the rubber game of the series. It was Dozier’s 25th home … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Eddie Rosario

Eddie Rosario delivers key blow for Twins at Detroit Eddie Rosario’s three-run homer in the fourth inning gave the Twins a lead that they never gave up in Minnesota’s 9-4 victory at Detroit last night. The home run was Rosario’s 15th … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Joe Mauer

Three-hit game for Mauer Joe Mauer rapped out three hits in the Twins’ win over the Brewers yesterday. It was the 162nd three-hit game of Mauer’s career, third most for any Twins player since the franchise moved to Minnesota from Washington … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Bartolo Colon

Colon throws seven scoreless innings Bartolo Colon threw seven shutout innings in the Twins’ 4–0 victory over the Brewers. It was Colon’s fifth career win against Milwaukee. The first came on July 2, 1998, when he beat them with help from … Continue reading

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According to ELIAS – Max Kepler, Eddie Rosario & Brian Dozier

Kepler and Rosario are twins in home run column The Twins powered up against Matt Garza and company, slamming five home runs in their 11–4 victory over the Brewers. Max Kepler and Eddie Rosario, who each homered twice for Minnesota, became the first Twins duo … Continue reading

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