The Minnesota Twins haven't been able to get the job done at home lately after a strong stretch at Target Field.
Welcoming the Milwaukee Brewers could help the Twins regain their winning ways in Minneapolis.
Minnesota tries to avoid a third straight defeat Friday night when the Brewers look to end their three-game skid.
After opening 6-17 at their ballpark in 2012, the Twins (25-37) won five straight as the home team. Minnesota, though, has dropped two in a row and three of four at Target Field following Thursday's 6-1 loss to Philadelphia.
The Twins, though, are 15-6 at home against Milwaukee since 2005 after winning two of three in the Brewers' last visit July 1-3.
Milwaukee (28-35), which has lost four straight and 11 of 13 in AL parks, arrives in town after getting swept at Kansas City. The Brewers have dropped 10 of 12 during interleague play after giving up two ninth-inning runs in Thursday's 4-3 defeat.
"We played a good game until that last inning,'' manager Ron Roenic...