The Minnesota Twins have been struggling in the spring training at CoolToday Park, home of the Atlanta Braves. Despite their efforts, the team has yet to win a game at this ballpark with a record of 0-11-1 and an 11-game losing streak. This frustration has only been compounded by their struggles to score any runs, as they have gone 30 innings without scoring a run.

Despite these struggles, the Twins hope to turn things around once the regular season begins. Bailey Ober had a solid outing during their final game against the Braves, allowing just four hits and striking out six batters in 4⅓ innings. However, Marcell Ozuna’s three-run homer in the first inning and Austin Riley’s solo shot in the third inning were enough to secure the win for the Braves.

After their final game at Hammond Stadium against the Braves, the Twins will head to Kansas City to prepare for the season opener on Thursday. Despite their poor performance in the exhibition season, they remain optimistic that they can turn things around when it counts. They will face off against the Royals on opening day and look forward to making up for lost time on home field.

By Samantha Johnson

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