Caleb Thielbar pitched in a major league game for the first time in five years and three months, recording seven outs to help the Twins win their fifth game in a row, 7-3 over the Pirates.
MLB and Minneapolis police are trying to find the person who flew the drone in restricted airspace.
Eddie Rosario drove in two runs and Nelson Cruz had three hits in a victory over the Pirates at Target Field.
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The Twins ended their first homestand of the season 7-1
The Twins beat the Pirates on Monday night and will go for their fifth straight victory at Target Field, First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m.
A Twins rotation that has already lost two members to the injured list was thrown further into disarray Monday when Rich Hill was shut down.
Nelson Cruz smacked a 400-foot single to the warning track to cap a rally from a mid-game 4-0 deficit. There was hand sanitizer on the field and even some socially distant Gatorade throwing in celebration.
A long-awaited home opener arrives Tuesday for the defending American Association champs, who will get to play in front of 1,500 people at CHS Field.
They will keep an eye on the Saints' reopening.
Twins designated hitter Nelson Cruz hit a long ball that counted as a single and as a game-winner, a 400-foot drive in the ninth that gave the Twins their fourth victory in a row.
Nelson Cruz's single in the ninth inning lifted the Twins over Pittsburgh at Target Field on Monday night.
Long Time Coming is a documentary on a 1955 Little League game in segregated Florida. Brockmire's final season might be a scholarly work on future of baseball.
Lefty Lewis Thorpe is filling in because of injuries in the rotation. Eddie Rosario and Jorge Polanco are getting a rest, and Josh Donaldson is still out with a sore calf.
Last summer, when the Twins' bullpen was getting knocked around, the team started a flurry of moves that has paid off very well.
First, the Twins decided to give veteran pitcher Homer Bailey an extra day of rest. Then, they decided to give him a week off because of mild case of tendinitis.
The Twins continued to dominate with their pitching as Cleveland scored only two runs in the final three games, scraping together nine hits in 27 innings.
The Twins are 19-13 all-time vs. the Pirates (9-7 in Pittsburgh, 10-6 in Minneapolis) and are 7-3 at PNC Park but just 2-2 at Target Field.
Six relief pitchers combined to throw a two-hitter Sunday in the Twins' 3-1 victory over Cleveland.