So in the first inning, KJ reached and got to second on a grounder, only to get himself thrown out at third trying to steal. In the bottom of the inning, the Twins got two runs, the second, unbelieveably, on a two-out bunt single.
In the second inning, Chipper (back in the lineup at last) and Andruw singled to start it off. However, the next three Braves made outs — on a total of five pitches. In the bottom of the inning, the Twins got another run on a solo homer.
In the third inning, Escobar and KJ singled to start it off, only to have Harris hit into a double play to kill the rally opportunity. In the bottom of the inning, the Twins got a two-run homer and a solo shot to basically end the game.
Chuck James had a terrible game, as you can see, and didn’t make it out of the fifth. The bullpen was near-perfect, but it didn’t do a whole lot of good… Chipper was 3-4, but the two hitters in front of him (Harris and Renteria) were each 0-4, which kept him from having any RBI chances.