MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins still haven't beaten the Cleveland Indians at home this season. They have two tries left, and now both will take place on the same day. The Twins postponed their game on Wednesday against the Cleveland Indians just 35 minutes into a rain delay, scheduling a split doubleheader to finish the series with the AL Central leaders while wet and stormy weather was predicted to persist throughout the night. More Twins coverage Twins-Indians postponed, doubleheader scheduled for Thursday Santana, Indians power past Twins 8-1 WATCH: Twins' Buxton robs homer in center field Cleveland series critical for resurgent Twins StaTuesday: Cuddyer carved out a niche with Twins The
Tuesday gave the baseball enthusiast a full 15-game slate of stretch-drive action, so let's jump right in ... Tuesday's scores Houston Astros 9, Arizona Diamondbacks 4 (box score) Washington Nationals 3, Los Angeles Angels 1 (box score) New York Yankees 5, New York Mets 4 (box score) Tampa Bay Rays 6, Toronto Blue Jays 4 (box score) San Francisco Giants 9, Miami Marlins 4 (box score) Boston Red Sox 10, St. Louis Cardinals 4 (box score) Milwaukee Brewers 3, Pittsburgh Pirates 1 (box score) Texas Rangers 10, Detroit Tigers 4 (box score) Cincinnati Reds 2, Chicago Cubs 1 (box score) Cleveland Indians 8, Minnesota Twins 1 (box score) Atlanta Braves 4, Colorado Rockies
For Joey Votto and Giancarlo Stanton, Tuesday night was one of joy and continued success. For Aaron Judge it was one of extended failure.Votto may have gone zero for two, but he walked three times in the Cincinnati Reds' 2-1 win over the Chicago Cubs.