Progress made, but next step for Minnesota looms large in loaded new Big Ten division

  • by: DAVE CAMPBELL , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 13, 2014 - 4:20 PM

MINNEAPOLIS — For the first time since coach Jerry Kill took over, Minnesota has made significant progress.

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Toronto - LP: R. Dickey 0 FINAL
Washington - WP: J. Zimmermann 2
Los Angeles - LP: I. Thomas 3 FINAL
Colorado - WP: J. De La Rosa 6
Cincinnati - LP: T. Cingrani 4 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: J. Papelbon 5
Toronto - WP: M. Estrada 7 FINAL
Washington - LP: M. Scherzer 3
Oakland - WP: K. Graveman 5 FINAL
Detroit - LP: A. Simon 3
Chicago Cubs - LP: K. Hendricks 2 FINAL
Miami - WP: B. Hand 5
Minnesota - LP: M. Pelfrey 0 FINAL
Boston - WP: C. Buchholz 1
Chicago WSox 2 Top 8th Inning
Texas 11
Baltimore 4 Bottom 7th Inning
Houston 5
Cleveland 1 Top 8th Inning
Kansas City 1
Milwaukee 0 Top 8th Inning
St. Louis 1
Los Angeles 4 Top 7th Inning
Colorado 5
Atlanta 1 Bottom 2nd Inning
Arizona 0
Tampa Bay 2 Bottom 1st Inning
LA Angels 0
NY Mets 1 Bottom 1st Inning
San Diego 0
NY Yankees 0 Bottom 1st Inning
Seattle 0
Pittsburgh 0 Bottom 1st Inning
San Francisco 0
Ottawa 6/8/15 6:30 PM
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