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22.10.2018 04:19
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DETROIT (AP) — Ron Gardenhire encountered a familiar face during the pregame lineup exchange.It was his son — representing the opposing team.Toby Gardenhire is spending some time with the Twins as a coach Juan Samuel Jersey , an opportunity made even more special Monday by the fact that Minnesota was facing Detroit. The elder Gardenhire manages the Tigers.Toby’s team prevailed on this night. The Twins scored four runs in the fourth inning and won 6-1.“It was a nice gesture for the Twins to bring him up for a few days in Detroit, and he got to meet the umpires and get the ground rules,” Ron Gardenhire said. “Hopefully, one day he’ll be up here as a coach or as a manager with those guys and I can see him get thrown out of a game.”Toby Gardenhire manages the Twins’ Class A affiliate in Cedar Rapids. He came out for the lineup exchange before the game, and the Gardenhires posed for a photo with the umpires.“Once-in-a-lifetime type thing,” Toby Gardenhire said. “It’s not something you see every day, where you get a chance to do something like that with your dad in a big league ballpark, so it’s pretty cool.”Kohl Stewart pitched six solid innings for Minnesota, and Eddie Rosario homered before leaving with an injury.Gabriel Moya pitched the opening inning for Minnesota before Stewart (2-1) took over and worked through the seventh. He allowed an unearned run and three hits with three walks and five strikeouts.“Kind of how you would draw it up if you’re hoping for success with the ‘opener’ format,” Twins manager Paul Molitor said. “Moya gets through the first. Kohl was good. He got a lot of balls on the ground.”Rosario hit a solo shot in the first, his 24th home run of the year. He left in the fourth after aggravating a right quad injury on the play that gave Detroit its only run.Jorge Polanco added a solo homer of his own in the ninth.Jordan Zimmermann (7-8) allowed five runs in 3 2/3 innings. He yielded a double and five singles in the fourth.Nicholas Castellanos had three hits and a walk for the Tigers.Polanco hit a drive to right in the ninth that was barely foul. The play was reviewed and the call was upheld — then Polanco promptly connected for a homer that was more toward right-center.PICK A SIDEThe Gardenhires had some additional family at the game, and Ron said beforehand he wasn’t sure how much support he’d have.“Maybe my 7-month-old grandbaby will root for me,” Ron Gardenhire said. “I don’t know about the wife or anybody else. I have my doubts.”Toby Gardenhire had a different view after the game.“They seemed like they were all rooting for the Tigers,” he said. “My girlfriend was up there, and she was the only Twins fan.”ROSARIO HURTRosario fell while fielding Jim Adduci’s single to left in the bottom of the fourth Larry Andersen Jersey , and he stayed on the ground. He attempted to flip the ball to center fielder Jake Cave, but that effort was a bit off target, and it took a moment for Cave to retrieve the ball and throw it back toward the infield.A run scored on the play , and Adduci ended up on third. Rosario was charged with an error. He remained down for a bit but was eventually able to walk toward the dugout under his own power.TRAINER’S ROOMTigers: RHP Michael Fulmer is seeking a second opinion after an MRI showed possible damage to the right-hander’s meniscus. He left his start Saturday at Cleveland after tweaking his right knee.UP NEXTJake Odorizzi (6-10) starts for the Twins on Tuesday night against Detroit’s Daniel Norris (0-4). SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Giants hoisted the white flag on their 2018 season Saturday, scheduling standout catcher Buster Posey for season-ending hip surgery with 31 games still remaining.Down 8 1/2 games in the National League wild-card race after walking off the field following a 5-3 win, the Giants nonetheless will continue to pursue their postseason dream when they complete a three-game home series against the Texas Rangers on Sunday.The decision on Posey came hours after the Giants suffered a back-breaking, 7-6 loss to the Rangers on Friday night in which Posey played the entire 10 innings, watching Texas deny San Francisco a much-needed win with a two-out, two-run homer in the ninth after a game-extending error.Article continues below ...Posey’s surgery Monday will be performed in order to repair a torn labrum and remove bone spurs from his painful right hip.The 31-year-old made himself available Saturday but saw no action in another exciting finish that saw the Giants’ Mark Melancon strand the bases loaded in the ninth after the Giants had blown most of their 5-0 lead the inning before.The win was just the Giants’ third in their last 10 games.“You don’t want to say you’re out of it until you’re out of it,” Posey said. “But, unfortunately, where we are, it makes sense to take care of it right now.”Posey said having the surgery basically one month before season’s end will give him an additional month in the offseason to rehab. He not only plans to be with the Giants for spring training in February but continue to be the primary catcher.Nick Hundley contributed a hit, a run and two walks to Saturday’s win as Posey’s replacement. The start was Hundley’s 46th of the season.Hundley and his teammates will go up against Rangers right-hander Yovani Gallardo (7-2, 6.06) in the series finale.The 32-year-old has made 10 previous starts against San Francisco http://www.philliesfanproshop.com/authentic-robin-roberts-jersey , going 6-4 with a 3.21 ERA.Giants outfielder Andrew McCutchen, who has led off the first inning with a home run and a double in the first two games of the series, has enjoyed a big-numbers career against Gallardo, going 19-for-55 (.345) with three doubles, two triples and four homers.San Francisco will hand the ball to left-hander Derek Holland (6-8, 3.75), who has made 158 of his 208 career starts for the Rangers.Since leaving Texas after eight seasons for the Chicago White Sox in free agency in 2017, the 31-year-old has faced his former employer twice and gotten bombed both times, running up a 13.50 ERA while going 0-2.Old pal Rougned Odor has been especially rough on Holland, delivering a single and a three-run homer in four at-bats.Odor has homered twice in the series, both times in critical situations. It was his game-tying homer in the ninth inning that extended the series opener and led to a 7-6 win in 10 innings. Then on Saturday, he blasted a three-run shot to rally the Rangers within 5-3 in the eighth inning, setting up the tight finish.

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