10:50 AM EDT, Wed September 02, 2015

Santana, Twins find groove vs. Astros

The righthander pitched seven innings and earned his first victory since July 23.

Twinsights: 12-strikeout loss against Twins a rarity for Chris Archer

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. --Young right-hander Chris Archer had dominant stuff on Wednesday  night, striking out 12 Twins but still taking the 5-3 loss. How rare is that? Since 1978, only Mark Mulder knows the feeling of striking out 12 or more Twins batters while taking the loss. Mulder, the former A's left-hander, went the distance on July 3, 2002 in Oakland but lost a 2-1 duel to Johan Santana while striking out 12. This is the 13th time in Twins history that a starting pitcher has piled up 12 or more strikeouts against them without his team getting the win. […] The post Twinsights:...

Twins, Santana crushed in Cleveland

Ervin Santana lost his third straight start, retiring just seven batters as the Indians wolloped their way to a 17-4 victory.

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