Twins' Tyler Duffey: Goes two innings in start
Duffey allowed one run on two hits in a no-decision against the Yankees on Tuesday, striking out one and walking zero in two innings.
As anticipated, Duffey went just a couple innings (throwing 29 pitches) in his start and handed off the ball to long reliever Kohl Stewart. This was Duffey's first start of the year and his 15th appearance overall, and he now carries a 8.57 ERA and 1.29 WHIP with a 16:2 K:BB in 21 innings this season. It's likely the 27-year-old will be returning to the bullpen.
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