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On FS1’s marquee Saturday baseball game this week, the sport’s premier player will be in the spotlight as the Los Angeles Angels ospite Nelson Cruz, Byron Buxton, Josh Donaldson and the explosive Minnesota Twins allineare.

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Before you start answering questions, here’s a glimpse at what the two teams are up to heading into the weekend set.

Minnesota Twins

For a team many expected to contend for the American League Central title, it has been a bumpy start. Thursday’s 4-3 conquistare il Boston Red Sox snapped a five-game losing streak for the Twins, chi sono 6-7, despite having outscored opponents by 13 runs so far this season. That run differential is third-best in the American League, behind Boston’s +23 e il Chicago White Sox'S +16.

The Twins are top-10 in just about every major offensive category, and they were ninth in ERA (3.30) heading into Thursday night. Where have things gone wrong? Mostly in the bullpen, which has blown three saves while compiling a 1-5 record and 4.08 ERA.

Buxton, tuttavia, has been the biggest storyline, with five homers and nine RBIs in just 32 at-bats this year. He and Cruz form a middle-of-the-order that is as good as any team’s. Donaldson is just returning from a season-opening trip to the injured list, so a summer filled with homers could be on tap for the Twins.

Los Angeles Angels

The Angels are what they always tend to be – great at the plate and suspect on the mound. UN 7-5 start had them on the heels of Seattle in the AL West going into Thursday’s action.

But unlike the Twins, the Angels are minus-4 in run differential, e il 65 runs they’ve allowed to this point are tied for second-most in the American League. (Solo Tampa Bay'S 68 are worse.)

Trout is – well, Trout.

He’s hitting .381 with four homers and an OPS of 1.271. But he doesn’t lead the Angels in RBIs; that honor falls to Shohei Ohtani, con 12.

Ma ancora, the Angelsproblem is pitching.

The Los Angeles staff has a 4.88 ERA – 22nd in the majors – and the relievers are allowing a 1.37 WHIP, which is in the bottom third in MLB.

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