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The Winnipeg Goldeyes bats were hot early in their final exhibition game on Tuesday night against the Kansas City T-Bones. The Goldeyes scored eight of their 10 runs in the first two innings, led by Donnie Webb who drove in three over the first two innings. From there the Goldeyes pitching staff took over only giving up one run in the eighth inning. Making the final a 10-1 win for the Goldeyes as they took both exhibition games against the T-Bones. It started with Tyler Kuhn, at the top of the batting order, leading off the first inning with a double. He then came around to score on a two-run homerun hit by Ray Sadler. Reggie Abercrombie then got on base with a double of his own and was driven in by Webb. The offense continued to role in the second with the first three Goldeyes batters all reaching base and all eventually coming around to score. Sadler then got on base with a walk, and he, along with Josh Mazzola — who reached base on a single — were the two runners Webb batted in in the second. The Goldeyes took a commanding 8-0 lead through the bottom of the second. The every batter in the Goldeyes lineup got a hit in the game, with six players getting multiple hits, including Mazzola who went three for five. Then the Goldeyes ninth run came in the fifth inning after Webb reached base on a walk and Alen hit a RBI double. The T-Bones scored their lone run in the bottom of the eighth against Goldeyes pitcher Gabe Aguilar. But the Goldeyes would reclaim their nine run lead in the top of the ninth with Mazzola scoring his second run on a RBI single from Casey Haerther. The Goldeyes had seven different pitchers take the mound to face the T-Bones batters, and they held the Kansas City side to only six hits. Alex De La Cruz who came in during the sixth inning was looking to bounce back from a tough outing in Lincoln on the weekend. He pitched for one full inning, giving up one walk and recording a strikeout. "Coming in in the middle of the inning with runners on base, getting those guys out, that is what you want from your bullpen guys," Goldeyes pitching coach Jamie Vermilyea said of De La Crux on the Jewel 101 post-game show. "He came out and got a few quick outs, its nice to see him bounce back after getting roughed up in Lincoln." The Goldeyes finish their exhibition schedule with a 5-1 record, and had one game rained out. "We got the innings in that we wanted to," said Vermilyea of the exhibition slate. "Pitchers got to see batters, and batters got to get a feel for the batters box." Now Winnipeg travels to Amarillo as they prepare to open the regular season on Thursday against the Sox at Amarillo National Bank Stadium. 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As he stood to watch it in the batters box, catcher Kurt Suzuki tripped over him, resulting in an interference call for the final out. "Thats always on the hitter," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "Thats not going to be on the defender. He has a right to catch the ball." After the Royals scored three times in the eighth for a 3-2 lead, reliever Aaron Crow (0-1) walked two Minnesota batters to start the bottom half. Davis struck out Joe Mauer, but Trevor Plouffe walked to load the bases. Chris Herrmann then hit a grounder back to the mound and Davis, hoping to begin an easy double play, hesitated briefly after getting the ball out of his glove. Davis toss sailed past catcher Salvador Perez. Pedro Florimon scored the tying run and Dozier slid home under Perezs return throw to Davis, who was a step late covering the plate. "You got to be aggressive, you cant lose that," Dozier said. "I saw the throw. I saw Davis just hanging out a good 10 yards away from the thing, so might as well take a shot." The lapse by Davis compounded an already frustrating series for the Royals. Kansas City was outscored 21-5 in the sweep. "I got frustrated and made a mental mistake by not being there," Davis said. "Its unacceptable." Casey Fien (1-0) goot one out and Glen Perkins posted his third save.dddddddddddd. The Royals have lost their first five road games this season, managing just nine runs. "I think everybodys trying to do too much right now," Royals manager Ned Yost said. "When you go in a slump everybody tries to do more, and thats only natural for a team when youre having trouble scoring runs." Josmil Pinto hit his third homer in the seventh inning to give the Twins a 2-0 lead. Twins starter Kevin Correia cruised through seven innings before running into trouble in the eighth. He allowed three runs on six hits in seven innings. Eric Hosmers RBI double capped the Royals three-run eighth. Not wearing sleeves despite a gametime temperature of 42 degrees, Jason Vargas held the Twins to two runs on five hits over seven innings for his third straight quality start this season. That type of outing would have been more than enough last season, when the Royals won 15 of 19 from Minnesota. But the Twins now have the upper hand to start 2014. NOTES: The Twins swept the Royals for the first time since winning four in a row in June 2011. ... A CT scan revealed a small fracture in LF Josh Willinghams hand. Twins assistant GM Rob Antony said the team will consult hand specialists, but remains hopeful that Willingham wont need more than 15 days on the disabled list. ... Gardenhire returned after missing the previous two games to attend a funeral. ... Both teams are off on Monday. When the Royals begin a three-game series in Houston on Tuesday, hard-throwing Dominican rookie Yordano Ventura will make his second start against RHP Lucas Harrell (0-2, 11.05). ... 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