Twins Roughed Up by ChiSox
CHICAGO, IL -- A rough inning by Minnesota Twins starter Tommy Milone led to an 8-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Saturday.
Leading 2-0, Milone was knocked out of the game after giving up seven runs (four earned) in a fourth inning barrage.
The Twins, after scoring on a passed ball and a Trevor Plouffe RBI single in the first inning, were unable to get anything going against Chicago starter Jose Quintana.
With the loss, the Twins fall to 73-68 on the season and remain one game out of the final A.L. Wild Card spot.
Minnesota will send Kyle Gibson (9-10) to the mound today for the rubber match against White Sox ace Chris Sale at 1:10 p.m.