Sunday, August 27, 2023

Twins Statis-Pro cards for Line-up and Pitching

Scroll the the bottom for results on both Twins-Giants games. 

The Twins are the next relegated AL team to face the Giants and then next the Dodgers. They will face Logan Webb and then Sean Manaea vs. the Giants then go onto face the Dodgers for their other other two interleague games. Below is a picture of the starters by position, with two cards on a position if they platoon in our game - though we have Gallo playing either 1st base or left field depending on the platoon. Below that are the pitching rotation and top three relievers.

Overall a really strong line-up. Pitching is weaker, but the top three relievers cards are very good, so if they can make it to the 7th with a lead they have a good shot.

Here is the line-up, including the three noted on the board start against left-handed

LU          Pos           Minnesota Starters               Card OPS
1CFByron Buxton0.867
2SSCarlos Correa0.827
32BJorge Polanco (Bat: S)0.790
43BRoyce Lewis0.825
5DHJose Miranda0.788
6RFMax Kepler (Bat: L)0.730
71B/LFJoey Gallo (Bat: L)0.756
8CaRyan Jeffers0.707
9LFTrevor Larnach (Bat: L)0.689
vs L1BAlex Kirilloff (Bat: L)0.712
vs L2bDonovan Solano0.746
vs LRFMatt Wallner (Bat: L)0.694

And here is the pitching rotation - with the Ace and No. 4 starter set up to go against the Giants, and then the No. 2 and 3 starters against the Dodgers pitchers.

Rot            Twins Top Pitching Cards       Card ERA           Game
S1Pablo López3.80 
s4Dallas Keuchel4.40 
s2Kenta Maeda4.12 
s3Sonny Gray4.00 
CloserJhoan Duran2.62 
Set-upJovani Moran3.33 
No. 3Caleb Thielbar3.45

San Francisco claims just 2 wins and 4 losses against the Twins, who received sweep credit for a 10-4 nightcap win after a 7-2 win that was not a sweep (must be up 5 runs at the end of 8 innings for a sweep).

Here is the score sheet of the second game with the combined stats from the two games combined.

Minnesota at San Fran.

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