The Minnesota Twins had a chance to extend their breathing room on the AL Central Standings but Twins relief pitcher Trevor May gave up a late-inning solo home run to Carlos Santana breaking a 3-3 tie on an 0-2 count to give Cleveland the lead for good to avoid a sweep and earning a 4-3 win for the Indians. The Twins and Indians look to make each matchup competitive as the Twins currently have a 6.5 game lead which was 11.5 about a month ago. The 2 teams face each other 10 more times the remainder of the season as it looks to be a heated race to a division title. The Twins currently have a 58-34 record, good for the 2nd best record in the American League trailing the New York Yankees by 1.5 games.

 

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-Intern Andrew