• Twins
    MIN
  • Yankees
    NYY

Twins
Twins

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
1-331101120.259.347.476
0-00000000.266.331.378
1-440110225.307.384.422
1-33012009.254.308.404
0-11000014.083.083.083
0-440000016.290.327.511
0-00000000.217.344.366
0-330000315.252.314.420
0-00000106.225.311.250
0-440000210.241.313.421
0-440000016.249.306.438
2-331201125.257.319.456
1-33110009.234.325.377
0-00000000.211.318.342
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
B. Colon3.176613263-445.3363
T. Duffey0.233301121-134.9721
N. Turley0.122210016-911.3416
M. Tonkin1.220003033-214.9633
G. Perkins1.010010014-810.1314
J. Curtiss1.000001012-813.5012

Yankees
Yankees

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-331210115.267.352.427
1-11010001.242.275.476
1-331131121.277.412.591
0-00000000.243.302.459
3-442320013.282.347.538
0-11000002.219.275.292
1-441130222.291.325.495
0-11000003.286.307.362
0-440000114.298.334.448
0-11000003.145.217.218
1-551100214.233.321.433
3-442301019.273.361.420
0-331001119.211.343.429
0-00000000.600.667.800
3-442310013.164.270.328
PitchersIPHRERBBKHRPC-STERAPC
L. Severino3.053313071-483.0371
C. Shreve3.000013033-213.7133
B. Heller1.010000020-111.5020
D. German2.000014031-212.8431

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • MIN3
    • 3NYY
  • Stolen Bases

    • MIN0
    • 0NYY
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • MIN8
    • 10NYY
  • Total Bases

    • MIN6
    • 31NYY

Game Information

Yankee Stadium
Coverage: ESPN
  • New York, New York 10451
  • Line: NYY -310
  • Over/Under: 9
Attendance: 30,099
63%
Capacity: 47,422
3:20
Home Plate Umpire - Gary Cederstrom, First Base Umpire - Chad Fairchild, Second Base Umpire - Eric Cooper, Third Base Umpire - Gabe Morales
WINChasen ShreveC. Shreve(4-1)3.0 IP, 0 ER, 3 K, 1 BB
LOSSBartolo ColonB. Colon(4-6)3.1 IP, 6 ER, 3 K, 1 BB

Scoring Summary

InningMINNYY
3rdMauer singled to right, Vargas scored, Castro to third, Dozier to second.10
3rdPolanco singled to right, Castro and Dozier scored, Mauer to second.30
3rdJudge homered to right (349 feet), Bird scored.32
3rdSánchez homered to center (439 feet).33
4thBird doubled to right, Ellsbury scored, T. Frazier to third.34
4thGardner singled to center, T. Frazier scored, Bird to third.35
4thSánchez singled to shallow right, Bird scored, Gardner to second.36
4thGregorius homered to right center (380 feet), Gardner and Sánchez scored.39
5thHolliday scored, Ellsbury to second on wild pitch by Turley.310
5thJudge hit sacrifice fly to right, Ellsbury scored.311

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