If losing by double-digits in football is bad, then losing by double-digits in baseball really bad, right?
The Twins (65-88) were lit up by the Athletics, 11-nothing in Oakland Friday night.
It's the fourth loss this month in which Minnesota has allowed 10+ runs.
Oakland took control of the game with three runs off Andrew Albers in the third inning.
The A's added a run in the fourth, and five more in the fifth -- three of which came around to score on a throwing error by Twins shortstop Eduardo Escobar.
That's 88 losses for the Twins, who are nine games away from another rough season from ending.
If you're sick of the Twins... enjoy this video of Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig doing the worm backwards.