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Twins Lose Makeup Game

Twins Lose Makeup Game

Dillon Gee kept the Twins’ offense at bay as the Mets beat the Twins 6-1 in a makeup game from April 14th at Target Field.  Kyle Gibson was knocked around for 10 hits and four runs in less than four innings to take the loss.  He was demoted to Triple-A Rochester after the game.  Joe Mauer went 2-for-4 for Minnesota, which has lost four-in-a-row.

The Twins open up a six-game road trip tonight in Detroit against the Tigers.  The teams will play three games before Minnesota heads to Cleveland for three.  Mike Pelfrey gets the ball for the Twins.  He is 4-and-10 with a 5.26 ERA.  The Tigers will counter with Rick Porcello, who is 9-and-6 with a 4.33 ERA.

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