Twins Earn Split With Brewers
(Milwaukee, AP) — Backed by home runs from Josh Willingham and Brian Dozier, the Twins left Milwaukee with a 6-4 victory and a split in the first two games of a four-game, home and home series with the Brewers.
The Brewers scored once in the eighth and made things interesting with another run in the ninth before Glen Perkins locked down his 15th save.
The game was held up at the start of the eighth inning after the man fell. He was carried on a stretcher out of the bullpen in left-center field, and the Brewers said he was conscious and alert.
The man had a brace around his neck as he was put on a cart on the warning track. He was wheeled off and taken to a hospital.
Fans can watch games from a dining area beyond the wall in left-center. The concourse, which is at least 15 feet above the bullpen, is lined with a metal railing roughly four feet high.
Baltimore 8, Texas 3
Oakland 5, New York Yankees 2 (10 innings)
Cleveland 5, Boston 3
Houston 7, Angels of Anaheim 2
Toronto 5, Detroit 3
Cincinnati 8, San Francisco 3
Washington 7, Philadelphia 0
Arizona 4, Colorado 2
Pittsburgh 4, San Diego 1
Chicago Cubs 2, New York Mets 1
Seattle 7, Atlanta 5
Kansas City 8, St. Louis 7
Chicago White Sox 4, Los Angeles 1
Minnesota 6, Milwaukee 4
Miami 1, Tampa Bay 0