Twins' dip in walks has resulted in fewer runs

  • by: Phil Miller
  • Updated: May 24, 2014 - 11:56 PM

SAN FRANCISCO – The Twins got reacquainted with an old pal Friday night — their ability to draw lots of walks — but it didn’t do them much good. Tim Lincecum walked six batters over his six innings in the series opener, and the Twins drew seven overall, though not one of the free runners came around to score.

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