Ryan Doumit's two-run triple off Tom Wilhelmsen with one out in the ninth inning sent the Minnesota Twins to a 5-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday afternoon.
This was the third blown save of the season for Wilhelmsen (0-1), all in his last four tries. The right-hander pitched a perfect ninth for the save Friday night, but he walked the first three batters he faced a day later after inheriting a 4-2 lead. Josh Willingham followed with a sacrifice fly, and Doumit - who missed the cycle by a home run - drove in two more for the walk-off win.
Wilhelmsen also issued two walks in a squandered save at San Diego on Wednesday. This one wiped out two homers by Jason Bay and an effective start by Aaron Harang.
Rookie Caleb Thielbar (1-0) picked up his first major league victory with a scoreless ninth inning.
Four of Bay's eight home runs, all of them with none on base, have been in his last five games. Kyle Seager also homered and scored after a single in the seventh.