Aug 26, 2020 • 18M

Twins fall to Bieber, set up massive rubber match Wednesday

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Brandon Warne
Brandon Warne not only hosts Locked on Twins, but also runs Access Twins -- a Substack newsletter dedicated to independent coverage of the Minnesota Twins. Warne has covered the Twins in some form or fashion for more than a decade in all forms, and is returning to Locked on Twins after a four-year hiatus.
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The Twins lost 4-2 Tuesday. Shane Bieber, the American League Cy Young favorite, started for Cleveland. He struck out 10 over six innings and allowed two runs. Rich Hill pitched well for the Twins, striking out five over five innings of one-run ball. Jorge Alcalá pitched the sixth and made a critical mistake to Francisco Lindor that turned into a two-run, game-winning homer.

Stingy right-hander Mike Clevinger was activated and will start Tuesday against José Berríos. This is a huge game. The Twins hold a 1.5 game lead over Cleveland in the Central. First pitch is at 6:10 p.m.

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