MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Grayson Greiner hit a tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning off left fielder Eddie Rosario’s glove and the Detroit Tigers rocked Minnesota’s bullpen for eight runs to beat the Twins 10-8.
Detroit erased a four-run deficit by raking Minnesota’s relievers in the late innings. The Tigers snapped a streak of five straight losses to the Twins.
Tigers reliever Kyle Funkhouser earned his first career win and while Bryan Garcia pitched a scoreless ninth for his first big league save.
Twins wrap up the series versus Detroit this afternoon with a 1:10 p.m. first pitch on 950 KWAT.