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In game two of the seven inning doubleheader, the Indians started strong with three RBI doubles in the third for a 3-0 lead. Cleveland did not hold that lead very long after Logan Allen lost control of the game. Minnesota was then able to tie it up and then take the lead in the fourth to lead 3-4. The Twins never looked back after a two run home run off the bat of Ryan Jeffers in the sixth to extend their lead to 3-6.
The Indians were unable to produce any runs in the seventh and final inning to end this doubleheader. The Twins and Indians split this doubleheader today.
The Tribe will be back on the field tomorrow at Target Field with a first pitch time of 7:40 ET.