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Milwaukee (AP) — Miguel Sanó and Mitch Garver return to back up Michael Pineda, Minnesota Twins …

Milwaukee (AP) — Miguel Sano and Mitch Garver backed up Michael Pineda at home, and the Minnesota Twins defeated Milwaukee Brewers 8-2 on Sunday to win the season opener.

Luis Arráez went to three out of three on two walks as the Twins took two out of three. Max Kepler and Sano each ran three times.

Twins starter Michael Pineda (1-0) gave up one earned run in five innings. The right-handed player hit 5 hits, walked 2 and allowed 4 hits.

Cody Stashak, Hansel Robles and Jorge Alcala combined a four-inning one-hit relief. The only bullpen hit allowed was Jackie Bradley Jr.’s six home runs off Stasiak.

Gerber shot a solo shot at the right fielder of Brewers starter Adrian Houser (0-1), winning one-fifth, defeating a one-on-one tie and pushing the Twins forward.

Pineda got out of the base load jam in the second half of the fifth round by defeating Avisail Garcia.

Minnesota started the match in 6th place with four runs from relief pitcher Drew Rasmussen. Kepler hit a two-run single and Sano hit a two-run home run.

The Twins benefited from innings due to a mistake by first baseman Keston Hiura. Keston Hiura fired a high throw to second baseman in the fielder’s choice and removed shortstop Luis Urías from the bag.

Hiura turned to second baseman, who had never played first baseman until this season. He switched positions to change positions for two-time Gold Glove second baseman Kolten Wong, who signed with Brewers in February.

One of the encouraging signs for Brewers was his performance as Hauser tried to recover from the 2020 season, which advanced to 1-6 at 5.30 ERA.

Hauser hit 4 while allowing 2 runs, 4 hits and 2 walks in 5 innings.

Trainers room

Twins: CF Byron Buxton left three times with an illness unrelated to COVID-19, according to team officials. Baxton, who returned home in each of the first two games of the Twins, doubled on Sunday with his only turn at bat.

Brewery: Athletic trainer Assistant Dave Jaeger at the hospital assisting home plate referee CB Buckner, who was hit in the throat with a foul ball after appearing to have fallen to the bottom of the ninth inning of Saturday’s match. Spent the night.

Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell said on Sunday that Jaeger stood up after the match and became “extremely dehydrated” but began to feel better. The counsel was hoping that Jaeger would be released from the hospital someday on Sunday.

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Twins; Starts a 3-game series in Detroit on Monday. The planned starters are Jose Ureña, Minnesota (0-3, 5.40 ERA in Miami last year) and Matt Shoemaker in Detroit (0-1, 4.71 in Toronto).

Brewers: Opening a 3-game roadset with the Chicago Cubs on Monday. LHP Brett Anderson (4-4, 4.21) sells to Brewers. The Cubs will launch RHP Trevor Williams (2-8, 6.18 in Pittsburgh).

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