Twins Hit 3 Solo Bombs in Rain-Shortened Win
FORT MYERS -- The Minnesota Twins knocked three home runs in a 6-2 win in seven innings over the Boston Red Sox in this afternoon's Spring Training game.
Brian Dozier, Miguel Sano, and Kurt Suzuki each hit solo home runs in the rain-shortened game.
Starter Tommy Milone pitched six effective innings, allowing only two runs and lowering his spring ERA to 2.57.
The Twins will continue Spring Training tomorrow (Wednesday) against the Toronto Blue Jays with the first pitch scheduled for 12:05 p.m.
The Twins start the 2016 season on Monday in Baltimore against the Orioles.