MINNEAPOLIS The Twins loved Ben Revere when he was in Minnesota. They probably don't care very much for him now that he's in Philadelphia especially when he keys a win over his former team.
Revere was 4-for-6 in Thursday's series finale at his old stomping grounds of Target Field as his new Phillies team topped Minnesota by a 3-2 final.
Batting leadoff for the first time this series, Revere got on base with the first of his four hits in the first inning. After his single to right field opened the game, Revere stole his 15th base of the season as he took off for second base. But he would be stranded at third as one of 16 Phillies runners left on base Thursday.
Three innings later, Revere collected his third hit of the game on a two-out triple that reached the gap in right-center field. It was just his second triple of the season and it gave the Phillies a scoring chance against Twins starter Kevin Correia. But once again, Revere was left at third after Michael Young grounded out to...