Gavin Floyd had another nightmare outing against the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night, as the White Sox's right-hander allowed eight hits, three walks and nine earned runs over 3.2 innings during a 9-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins at U.S. Cellular Field. Minnesota moves to 15-27 with the victory, while the White Sox snap a four-game winning streak to fall to 21-22.
Minnesota scored four in the second and five in the fourth. That was all the offense the Twins and starter P.J. Walters would need. Minnesota's mid-innings scoring binge was highlighted by a three-run homer from first baseman Justin Morneau, his sixth of the year.
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