MLB roundup: Torreyes homers, Twins beat O’s | Other Sports


Minnesota’s Ronald Torreyes hit his first homer in any game — spring training, regular season or minor league — since July 30, 2017 while with the Yankees, ending a stretch of 159 games without one as the Twins’ split-squad beat the Baltimore Orioles, 7-6, Thursday in Sarasota, Fla.

The 5-foot-8 infielder has four homers in 229 career regular-season games. Michael Reed had three hits and Willians Astudillo had two.

Dylan Bundy allowed four runs in five innings for Baltimore, lifting his spring ERA to 10.80. Jace Peterson and Cedric Mullins each hit solo home runs.

Nationals 10, Twins (ss) 4 — At Lee County, Fla.: Juan Soto and Victor Robles each homered to back Erick Fedde in his bid for a rotation spot. Fedde allowed a run and two hits over three innings, dropping his ERA to 7.84 as he competes with Jeremy Hellickson for the Nationals’ fifth-starter…



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