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When the Royals and Twins meet up the games are always competitive and enjoyable for fans to watch as there is a constant battle between the two for the top spot in AL Central. Good matchups on defense, pitching and offense are always available when these two ball clubs meet. Both teams have talented players on their rosters including: Torii Hunter, Joe Mauer, Salvador Perez, Lorenzo Cain, and Eric Hosmer. Rukkus is the only ticket site that can guarantee that our sports ticket prices are the cheapest Royals vs. Twins tickets available for this must see game. When you are trying to buy MLB tickets for the cheapest price, make sure to check Rukkus or call our concierge line to help you get the best, cheap Royals vs. Twins tickets. With some of the great players these are the best games available and Rukkus can connect you with the best cheap tickets for games like the Royals vs. Twins!

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Royals Twins Recent Match-ups

September 10, 2015, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)


Minnesota Twins: 3 Kansas City Royals: 2


The AL leading Kansas City Royals come into this game facing their AL Central rivals the Minnesota Twins who are competing for the coveted Wild Card spot in the AL. Kris Medlen is on the mound for the Royals pitching against Twins' starter Mike Pelfrey. The pitching duel of Medlen vs Pelfrey holds strong until the sixth inning where Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki hits a homerun off of Medlen for the first run of the ball game. Still in the sixth inning, Medlen gives up a single to Joe Mauer that brings in another run making it 2-0. But in the bottom of the sixth inning Royals' player Ben Zobrist hits a bomb into the seats decreasing the deficit to only a single run. The Royals put another run on the board in the eighth inning to tie up the game. Neither team scores again until the end of regulation innings as the game heads into extras. Pitching dominates the extra innings until the top of the twelfth when Miguel Sano hits a homerun off of Franklin Morales giving the Twins the lead again. The Royals could not make up that run and lose the game 3-2 in the twelfth inning.

September 9, 2015, Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City, MO)


Minnesota Twins: 2 Kansas City Royals: 4


The second game of this three game series, has the Royals looking to come back from their game one loss to the Twins. Edinson Volquez is on the mound for the Royals against the Twins' Kyle Gibson. The Royals are hot in the first inning scoring four runs. The Twins remain quiet until the fourth inning where they put two on the board with two hits making them down 4-2. The rest of the game is a pitching duel as Gibson pitches eight innings only allowing runs in the first inning and Volquez lasts seven innings only allow two runs in the fourth. Reliever Wade Davis keeps the game at 4-2 in the eighth inning and closer Greg Holland comes in for the ninth inning to close the game out as the Royals win 4-2.

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