Much as this loss grinds on me, there were a few things working against the Twins:
1. Hits that found holes and bled through.
2. Perez seeming to have forgotten everything that got him where he currently is.
3. Shaky fielding. Sano's error cost the Twins in a big way.
4. Ump getting an attitude.
The Twins do have some arms, but, those arms need to step up and get the job done.
I never really thought Parker was much more than a stop-gap, much as I approve of the name, until someone currently in the organization got their act together
May obviously has the fastball and if he can get his curve ball working, should be good to go.
Fernando Romero has the stuff, but, does he have the confidence needed to anchor the bullpen?
Then, Hildenburger fell apart for whatever reason.
Hopefully, some answers will appear over the next few weeks and they will come from within rather than spending a ton of money on an FA acquisition.
I say this as a fan who's not a numbers guy like a lot of you scary big brains on this site.