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Last Game

Mon, April 27
Target Field
Detroit Tigers
at
Minnesota Twins
DET5Final4MIN

Pitching

W: D. Price (2-1)
L:
T. Milone (2-1)
S:
J. Soria (8)

Home Runs

DET - J. Iglesias (1),Y. Cespedes (4)  
MIN
- None

Schedule

Fri Apr 17
W 3 - 2CLE
Recap
Sat Apr 18
L 4 - 2CLE
Recap
Sun Apr 19
W 7 - 2CLE
Recap
Mon Apr 20
L 7 - 1at KC
Recap
Tue Apr 21
L 6 - 5at KC
Recap
Wed Apr 22
W 3 - 0at KC
Recap
Fri Apr 24
L 2 - 0at SEA
Recap
Sat Apr 25
W 8 - 5at SEA
Recap
Sun Apr 26
W 4 - 2at SEA
Recap
Mon Apr 27
L 5 - 4DET
Recap
8:10 pm EDT
Today
DET
Preview
1:10 pm EDT
Wed Apr 29
DET
8:10 pm EDT
Thu Apr 30
CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Fri May 1
CHW
2:10 pm EDT
Sat May 2
CHW
2:10 pm EDT
Sun May 3
CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Mon May 4
OAK
8:10 pm EDT
Tue May 5
OAK
8:10 pm EDT
Wed May 6
OAK
1:10 pm EDT
Thu May 7
OAK

Standings

AL
Central
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Detroit12-514-6
Kansas City13-613-6
Chicago8-98-9
Minnesota8-118-11
Cleveland6-126-12
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Twins SP Tommy Milone struggles in Monday's loss
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Twins pitcher Tommy Milone surrendered five runs on eight hits during Monday's 5-4 loss to the Tigers.

Milone tossed four innings during the game while striking out two and walking two. He gave up home runs to Jose Iglesias and Yoenis Cespedes. He was pulled after giving up two singles to lead off the fifth inning.

His next projected start will be Saturday against the White Sox.

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Twins P Brian Duensing to face batters Thursday
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

After throwing a bullpen session Monday, Twins pitcher Brian Duensing will face live hitters in a simulated game Thursday, reports MLB.com.

"Duensing threw a side [Monday] of about 30 pitches and felt good," Twins manager Paul Molitor said. "He'll face live hitters before the game on Thursday in the afternoon."

Duensing is suffering from a strained intercostal, which landed him on the disabled list.

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Twins P Ricky Nolasco says he passed 'every test' in rehab start
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Twins pitcher Ricky Nolasco said everything went well during his rehab start Sunday and he passed every test, reports Fox Sports North.

"I felt good," Nolasco said, per MLB.com. "I was able to throw free and easy, which was huge. We've been aggressive as trying not to lose out on what I did in spring with the build-up process. I've just been honest with myself and trying to push it. But I've passed every test and the big one was yesterday, obviously."

Nolasco is dealing with an elbow injury, which caused him to be placed on the 15-day DL. He threw five innings for the team's Class A affiliate Sunday, but he was not sure when his next assignment would be.

"I just came in [Monday] and they wanted to see how I felt today," Nolasco said. "But I felt good. Just some general soreness. But I played catch and it felt great. I think [Tuesday] we'll figure everything out."

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Twins' Trevor May plays long toss Monday, feels 100 percent
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Twins pitcher Trevor May declared his arm 100 percent after playing long toss Monday, FOX Sports North reports.

"No problems," he said, per TwinCities.com. "I'm actually blown away by how quickly any pain went away. At this point, it feels like I banged it against a door."

May was hit in the arm by a line drive Saturday but said he'll continue his normal throwing routine in advance of his next start, which should come Thursday against the White Sox. May owns a 4.91 ERA and 13:2 K:BB ratio in 14 2/3 innings over three starts.

"It feels good -- 100 percent," May said, per MLB.com. "Right now, my plan is to continue on like I'm throwing a bullpen tomorrow, the same as always. I don't expect anything to get worse. I'll just keep treating it today and see if I can completely get it gone in the next couple days."

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Twins closer Glen Perkins picks up second consecutive save
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Twins closer Glen Perkins worked a perfect 11th inning Sunday in Minnesota's 4-2 win over the Mariners in 11 innings, picking up his second saves in as many days.

Perkins needed just nine pitches to finish off Seattle, wrapping things up with a three-pitch strikeout of Willie Bloomquist. Perkins now has five saves on the year with eight strikeouts in eight innings of work with a 1.13 ERA.

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