Calling the Twins' 20-1 win over the White Sox today is a gross understatement.
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire decided to "mix things up a little bit" by batting catcher Joe Mauer second in the lineup. And he certainly responded with six runs batted in and a grand slam.
White Sox pitcher Bartolo Colon allowed seven hits and eight runs in two innings. However, only one of the eight runs was earned.
Today's loss matches the biggest loss in White Sox history. The White Sox lost to the Angels 19-0 on May 10th, 2002.
It's been a rough day for the White Sox as Jake Peavy also vetoed a trade today that would have sent him to Chicago.