Twins beat Phillies with hit in 8th 12 Jun 13

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (31-34) AT MINNESOTA TWINS (28-33)

TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 2013 – TARGET FIELD – MINNEAPOLIS, MN


 

FINAL

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9

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Philadelphia Phillies

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1

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7

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6

Minnesota Twins

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X

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9

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6

WINNING PITCHER:  Duensing (1-1, 3.80)

LOSING PITCHER: Adams (1-4, 4.22)

SAVE:  Perkins (14)

 

 

FIRST PITCH:  7:10 pm                   GAME TIME TEMP:   77 degrees, wind 4 mph from NW                TIME OF GAME:  2:31                      ATTENDANCE:  30,104

 

HOME RUNS:                                                                                              None

                                

PITCHING LINES:

PHILADELPHIA  PHILLIES

IP

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PITCHES/K

Cole Hamels

6.0

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5

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108/75

Justin De Fratus

1.0

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12/8

Mike Adams (L)

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13/7

Antonio Bastardo

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11/9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINNESOTA TWINS

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PITCHES/K

P.J. Walters

7.1

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5

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97/61

Brian Duensing (W)

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17/11

Glen Perkins (S)

1.0

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10/6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHILLIES NOTES:

·    The Phillies lost to the Twins today, 3-2, for their fourth straight loss overall…the Phillies failed to hit a home run tonight, snapping their 14-game home run streak…the Phillies are 6-17 when failing to hit a home run this season…Philadelphia is 4-8 in their last 12 games against American League opponents and are now 6-7 all-time against the Twins.

·    Cole Hamels allowed two runs on seven hits while striking out five in 6.0 innings tonight…it marked his second straight quality start…improved his ERA at Target Field to 6.00 (12.0 IP, 8 ER) after giving up six runs in 6.0 innings in his first career TF start (June 13, 2012)…over his two June starts, Hamels is 1-0, 2.08 (13.0 IP, 3 ER) with 16 strikeouts and one walk…the Phillies are 2-12 in his 14 starts this season.

·    Domonic Brown (0-for-4) was held hitless tonight for the second straight game…it was the first time with back-to-back hitless games since May 15-17, a span of 21 games without going hitless in back-to-back games…it marked just the eighth time this season he has gone hitless in back-to-back games.

·    Ben Revere (1-for-4) singled in his fourth at-bat on the night in his return to Target Field…Revere is a career .261 (136-for-521) hitter in 134 games at Target Field.

·    Ryan Howard (2-for-4) has a hit in each of his last three starts…he is now a career .444 (8-for-18) hitter against the Twins in four games…he drove in the tying run in the eighth inning with a single to right field, he now has 31 RBI on the season, second most among all Phillies.

·    Michael Young (1-for-4) has at least one hit in five of his last six games on the road, all on this current road trip…in the six games on this current road trip he is hitting .400 (10-for-25) with a home run and two RBI.

·    Kevin Frandsen (1-for-1) singled as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning…he is a career .277 (18-for-65) as a pinch-hitter.

 

TWINS NOTES: ­

·    The Twins drew 30,104 fans to tonight’s game, passing the 10,000,000-fan mark in Target Field’s history…the Twins came into tonight having drawn 9,983,735 fans, 16,252 fans shy of 10 million…10,013,839 fans have now come thru the gates at Target Field in three-plus seasons…the Twins even their season record at home to 14-14 and have improved to 5-4 in the month of June…Minnesota is now 7-6 all-time against the Phillies, including 3-4 at home.

·    P.J. Walters allowed two runs, one earned, on six hits and one walk while striking out five in 7.1 innings tonight…the 7.1 innings set a season-high…it marked his third quality start in four outings this season…the five strikeouts also set a season-high, and were the most since also striking out five on September 29, 2012 vs. Detroit.

·    Josh Willingham (1-for-4) hit his 11th double of the season in the fourth inning tonight, his 21st extra-base hit of the season despite being his first since a home run on June 2 vs. Seattle…Willingham would later score the tying run on a Morneau double…tonight marked his 1,000th career game played.

·    Joe Mauer (1-for-4) has at least one hit in each of his last six games at Target Field, hitting .364 (8-for-22) in those six games…he also has at least one hit in 13 of his last 14 games at Target Field (since May 10 vs. BAL) hitting .426 (23-for-54) over those 14 games.

·    Justin Morneau (3-for-4) collected his 20th multi-hit game of the season tonight, and his fourth three-hit game of the season tying his season-high…13 of his multi-hit efforts have come in his last 30 games…he has multi-hit games in five of his last nine games at Target Field…with his eighth inning, Morneau drove in his 36th run of the season to put the Twins up 3-2…tonight marked his first multi-RBI game since driving in four runs on May 13 vs. Chicago-AL.

·    Oswaldo Arcia (1-for-3) doubled in his second at-bat in his first game after being recalled prior to today’s game…seven of his last 13 hits are for extra-bases.

·    Jamey Carroll (2-for-3) singled to lead off the game, snapping a personal 0-for-last-24…it was the Twins first hit from the leadoff spot since Eduardo Escobar on June 2 vs. Seattle and first hit for a Twins leadoff hitter to start a game since May 30 vs. Milwaukee (Carroll)…tonight marked his seventh multi-hit game of the season, and first since having three hits on May 23 at Detroit.