Precariously perched atop the AL Central since spring, the Twins have been knocked off, for now, by the red-hot Guardians. Minnesota visits the Angels on Sunday. The “other” team from L.A. has been a huge disappointment. Tucker Davidson (1-3, 7.91) didn’t help. Check out more of the Best Sportsbook Promo Codes Davidson spent the early part of this season rehabbing with the Atlanta Braves’ affiliate, the Gwinnett Stripers, was traded to the Angels on Aug. 2 then was touched for six runs in four innings. Betting on Sports? Check out the Best Sports Betting sites in the USARead about the Best Sports Betting Apps Welcome to the Halos! The Twins’ Chris Archer (2-5, 5.02) comes off a couple of no-decisions, allowing four runs over 9 ¹/₃ innings, fanning 12. Play 10 units on the Twinkies. Marinated! Corey Seager took Marco Gonzales deep, and Texas two-stepped past the Mariners, 7-4. Marco was Gonzo after allowing five runs in five innings. Up +1,832 jaybuhners.
The Minnesota Twins activated Chris Archer from the 10-day injured list on Sunday, but in a corresponding move, they have optioned Devin Smeltzer to Triple-A St. Paul. Smeltzer got off to a strong start after joining the Twins on May 14, going 3-0 with a 2.38 ERA in his first six starts, but the left-hander has run into a wall since then with a 1-2 record and a 5.97 ERA in six starts since June 17.
The Minnesota Twins reinstated right-hander Chris Archer from the 15-day injured list to start Sunday afternoon’s game against the visiting
The Minnesota Twins on Tuesday placed right-hander Chris Archer on the 15-day injured list with left hip tightness. The team said the move is retroactive to Saturday. Archer was slated to start Tuesday night against the Chicago White Sox. The Twins recalled Josh Winder from Triple A, and he started against the White Sox instead.
The Minnesota Twins placed Chris Archer on the 10-day injured list with left hip tightness and have recalled Josh Winder to start Tuesday's game against the Chicago White Sox. Archer signed with Minnesota as a free agent this offseason and has gone 2-3 with a 3.08 ERA in 15 starts. The right-hander has only thrown 61.1 innings this year as the Twins have tried to manage his workload, but Archer threw a season-high 90 pitches in his last outing on June 30.
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The Minnesota Twins put right-handed pitcher Chris Archer on the 15-day injured list Tuesday with left hip tightness. The Twins recalled RHP Josh Winder from Triple-A St. Paul in a corresponding move. Winder gets the start Tuesday night against the Chicago White Sox. Archer, 33, is 2-3 with a 3.08...
Twins vs. Guardians prediction and odds for Thu., 6/30: Side with Chris Archer and underdog Minnesota
Ln what might be the most important game on the schedule today, the top two teams in the AL Central go head to head. The Minnesota Twins currently lead the division by a couple of games over the Cleveland Guardians. Cleveland is dealing with a bit of a slump and lost four in a row in the lead up to this current series. Cleveland also dropped two of the first three games of this pivotal five-game set. With a strong pitching matchup headlining this game, this series is just getting warmed up.
MINNEAPOLIS — Chris Archer kept his strong June going with five scoreless innings, and three Minnesota Twins relievers closed out a one-hitter in a 6-0 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night.A day after being shut out themselves, Luis Arraez and the Twins had 10 hits in a dominant victory. Arraez — the big league batting leader — had two hits, Alex Kirilloff drove in three and Byron Buxton marked his return to the lineup with an RBI triple in the first inning.Archer (2-3) struck out five and walked one while matching a season high in innings — four...
It’s game two in Minnesota and the Colorado Rockies are looking to add another to the win column while on the road. The Rockies will call on Antonio Senzatela (3-3, 4.42 ERA) tonight. Senza’s last outing against San Diego on June 19 proved to be fruitful. He pitched six full inning only giving up one earned run, which resulted in the Rockies winning that game. If Senzatela can channel that same kind of quality pitching, the Rockies will have a shot at winning the second game of this series.
Archer (2-3) earned the win against Colorado on Saturday, pitching five scoreless innings during which he allowed one hit and one walk while striking out five. It was another short start for Archer, as he tossed only 78 pitches. However, he was able to complete five innings for just the third time this season and was rewarded with his second win. Archer's lack of deep outings is more a product of a predetermined plan by Minnesota than ineffectiveness -- in fact, he's fared well with a 3.14 ERA and 1.22 WHIP on the campaign. He has been even better of late, posting a 1.57 ERA and 0.91 WHIP across 23 innings over his past five starts, though his 16:8 K:BB during that span is less inspiring.
It’s the rubber match on Father’s Day in Arizona after Minnesota pummeled Arizona 11-1 in the second of three games between these two teams. Dylan Bundy pitched a gem for Minnesota, going eight innings and allowing just one run. That brings the Twins to 38-29 and Arizona to 31-36.
After a back-and-forth first half of the game last night, the Yankees finally pulled away late to win, 10-4. For the first time in quite awhile, the New York starting pitcher faltered, but the relief corps was there to pick up Jameson Taillon. Lucas Luetge, Wandy Peralta, and Ron Marinaccio combined for five innings of shutout ball.
It’s game five between the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers. A rare extended series has given these two divisional opponents a good look at each other. The Twins trot out Chris Archer, while the Tigers go with Alex Faedo. Don’t expect much length from either starting pitcher. Archer’s longest outing to date is 4.1 innings, while Faedo has yet to see the seventh inning.