Eddie Rosario's third-inning grand slam was all the Minnesota Twins needed in defeating the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 on Monday night at Miller Park.
Keston Hiura homered for the Brewers, but the offense couldn't rally after the third-inning blast put the Twins on top at the time 4-2.
The loss spoiled an otherwise solid pitching effort from Adrian Houser, who gave up six hits, including the grand slam, and Freddie Peralta, who had eight strikeouts in relief of Houser in just four innings.
Milwaukee and Minnesota play two more games at Miller Park this week. The Brewers fell to 1-5 at home this year with the loss Monday night.
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