SARASOTA, Fla. - Vance Worley threw three shutout innings for the Minnesota Twins in a split-squad victory over Baltimore on Monday.
Worley allowed one hit and and he added one strikeout.
It was the same result for Kevin Correia, who finished with three innings pitched and one walk in a 12-2 win over Toronto also on Monday.
Against Baltimore, Minnesota scored seven runs in the ninth to break a 2-all tie. The big hit was Wilkin Ramirez's three-run home run.
Chris Davis hit a long home run to center field for the Orioles' 9-2. Davis, the major league home run leader last year with 53, hit his first - and the Orioles' first - of spring training in the fourth game.
Bud Norris started for the Orioles and threw two shutout innings, allowing one run, striking out two and walking one.
The hero at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, Fla. was Jermaine Mitchell who finished the day 3-3 with a home run and four RBI.
Brian Dozier scored a run and finished 2 for 3 against Toronto. Through four games, Dozier is hitting .714 for the Twins. Joe Mauer was hitless in two at bats.
Kyle Gibson also pitched well against the Blue Jays. He pitched three innings and gave up two hits, but no runs. He struck out two batters. Brian Duensing gave up both Toronto runs in the fourth inning.
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