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Carlos Correa was called out, after a lengthy discussion, for touching a live ball.
Max Kepler moves down to eighth in the lineup as Minnesota faces a left-handed starter for the first time this season.
Both came with two outs, and both led to runs; the second one actually drove in Jorge Polanco with the Twins' seventh run.
Minnesota scored four runs in three games at Minute Maid Park last year, but the Twins are averaging 5.6 runs per game now.
Max Kepler is still sick and remains out of the lineup for a second day.
The Twins have won five of their last six games at Camden Yards, including Jose Berrios' shutout last April. It's Game 1 of a single-admission doubleheader in Baltimore.
Willians Astudillo is getting his third start behind the plate today as the Twins face the Blue Jays. All three starts have been with Michael Pineda on the mound.
"It's good to get him back out there," Rocco Baldelli said of left-handed middle reliever Adalberto Mejia
An all-day steady rain cleared away from Target Field, and after a delay the Twins and Blue Jays are on the field for baseball.
The Twins lost 5-3 to Toronto on Monday when Mejia gave up four runs in the eighth inning, including a three-run home run.
Manager Rocco Baldelli is going with the hot hand in catcher Mitch Garver, who is starting in his third consecutive game and will lead off Monday night.
After wrapping up a weather-shortened two-game series against the Tigers, the Twins will play host to the Blue Jays in a four-game series.
Twins resume their 2019 season today, with Michael Pineda facing the Tigers.
The Hall of Famer was raised in Payette, Idaho, which honored him with a ceremony on Friday.
Jake Odorizzi hadn't given up a hit through four innings, but was told he might come out of the game. Things unraveled for the Twins shortly thereafter in a game of poor performances and a curious coaching decision.
Mitch Garver paced the Twins with two home runs on Tuesday -- the first two-homer game of his career.
There might not be a more dominant starting pitcher in the game than Jacob deGrom, the runaway winner of the NL Cy Young Award last year. He has a 1.56 ERA over his past 15 starts.
Righthander Jose Berrios makes his third start of the season as the Twins have a chance to win the three-game series
The Twins are about to face the Phillies in the second game of a three-game series at Citizen's Bank Park
Jake Odorizzi is on the mound tonight as the Twins open the first of three games against Philadelphia in an interleague series.