Mitch Garver's Stick is Not Enough to Pull the Twins Over the Nationals, 6-12

Fri, Sep 13, 2019 | Emma Botos

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Mitch Garver of the Minnesota Twins swings at a pitch during a 2019 game at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia
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September 12, 2019 -- The Twins destroyed at home against the Nationals, 6 to 12.

In the loss at home, Mitch Garver was not able to help the Twins get the run needed against the Nationals. He had a game batting average of 0.276. Leading the team in slugging for the season, Mitch Garver had a 0.647 slugging percentage. He gave up 0 Ks in the game. He had a 0.364 OBP with 3 at bats.

Kyle Gibson's pitching start could not pull out the win for the Twins. The Twins hurler threw for 8 hits and 4 walks allowed. He gave up 5 earned runs over 4.2 innings pitched. A 4.73 ERA and 0.325 OBP in the appearance against Nationals.

Posted at Fri, September 13, 2019 13:05:15 UTC