Twins struggle to find success in exhibition game, suffer shutout defeat

The Minnesota Twins have been struggling at CoolToday Park, home of the Atlanta Braves during spring training. With a scoreless streak of 30 innings, the team has yet to put up any runs in this ballpark. This was the third time this spring that the Twins were shut out by the Braves, resulting in a 4-0 loss. Despite their struggles, the Twins remain hopeful that things will improve once the regular season begins.

In their final game against the Braves at Hammond Stadium, Bailey Ober had a solid outing, allowing only four hits and striking out six batters in 4⅓ innings. However, Marcell Ozuna’s three-run homer in the first inning and Austin Riley’s solo shot in the third inning were enough to secure the Braves’ victory.

After their final game, the Twins will head to Kansas City to prepare for their season opener on Thursday. Although they struggled during spring training, the team is optimistic that they will be able to turn things around once the regular season begins.

By Samantha Johnson

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