Milwaukee Brewers 4
Minnesota Twins 7
The Minnesota Twins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-4 Monday night in a rain-shortened game at Target Field.
1. Four straight
Don't look now, but the 0-9 start to open the season is nearly forgotten about. After sweeping the Angels and Monday night's victory the Twins have won four straight.
2. Right-handed power comes through
It's been a rough start to the year for Minnesota's right-handed power hitters, but things might be starting to look up. On the same day the Twins found out that Trevor Plouffe was likely headed for the disabled list a couple of the other right-handed power hitters stood up.
3. Rain makes history at Target Field
After a rain delay that lasted just over two hours, before umpires called it off. It was the first rain-shortened game in Target Field history.
Tweet of the Night:
So Oswaldo Arcia was thirsty!
Ervin Santana (0-1) will take the mound Tuesday afternoon against the Milwaukee Brewers.