Robles (2-3) suffered the loss Monday against the Mariners after allowing one run on two hits and a walk while striking out one batter over an inning of work. Robles entered in the eighth with the score knotted at three apiece. He struck out the first batter but then gave up a solo home run to Jake Bauers that ended up being the difference in the game. The 30-year-old struggled early in the year but has turned things around for the most part, as he's posted a 2.40 ERA with five saves, four holds and two wins over the last month -- though his 17:10 K:BB in that span isn't promising. The Twins still haven't established a clear-cut closer, with Taylor Rogers still in the mix for saves as well.