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ATLANTA -- Ervin Santana has been a model of efficiency lately for the Minnesota Twins. Air Max 97 Summit White Womens .Early on it was all about getting a run on the board and then watch Ervin go to work, manager Paul Molitor said. He was just kind of on cruise control there for a while.Santana scattered four hits over seven scoreless innings, Joe Mauer homered and the Twins beat the Atlanta Braves 4-2 on Tuesday night.In a matchup of the two worst teams in the major leagues, Minnesota improved to 48-71, four games better than the Braves.Santana (6-9) walked two and struck out six, throwing 64 of his 107 pitches for strikes to win his third straight start. Hes accustomed to pitching at Turner Field after spending the 2014 season with the Braves, but the muggy conditions were still tough to overcome.I feel great, Santana said. There was a lot of humidity, but we got the win. Thats the most important thing.The Twins took a 1-0 lead in the first on Trevor Plouffes RBI double. In the eighth, Mauer hit his 10th homer and Kurt Suzuki had an RBI single to make it 3-0.Brandon Kintzler earned his 12th save in 13 chances after facing four batters in the ninth.Santana allowed three runners to get into scoring position before striking out Jace Peterson in the second, Chase dArnaud in the third and pinch-hitter Jeff Francoeur in the seventh.Pitching against the majors weakest offense, Santana improved to 3-2 with a 1.99 ERA in seven starts since the All-Star break. Atlanta ranks last in runs and homers.He just commands both sides of the plate with his fastball, Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman said. Hes got that slider you think youre going to hit, and it just disappears. He had it working today.The Braves cut the lead to 3-2 in the eighth. Ryan Pressly gave up Matt Kemps RBI double and Nick Markakis RBI groundout, but he stranded a runner at third when Adonis Garcia lined out.Minnesota made it 4-2 in the ninth when Mauricio Cabrera, the sixth of seven Atlanta pitchers, gave up Plouffes RBI single.Mauer went 3 for 4 and is hitting .418 with 14 RBI in his last 19 games. Suzuki is hitting .322 with 26 RBI in his last 42 games.Atlanta starter Joel De La Cruz (0-6) gave up four hits, one run, two walks and struck four in 5 1/3 innings.The Twins are 15-8 in their last 23 road games. The Braves dropped to 18-40 at home.WELCOME TO THE BIGSBraves SS Dansby Swanson, the No. 1 overall draft pick of 2015, will be in the lineup Wednesday and make his major league debut when hes called up from Double-A Mississippi. Swanson replaces Erick Aybar, who was traded before Tuesdays game to Detroit for catching prospect Kade Scivicque. In 127 games in the minors, Swanson hit .277 with 10 homers and 66 RBI.TRAINERS ROOMTwins: Molitor said Miguel Sano could return to Wednesdays lineup after missing the last three games with a sore right elbow. An MRI taken Monday showed no structural damage. Sano had Tommy John surgery on the same elbow and missed the 2014 season.Braves: Interim manager Brian Snitker said All-Star RHP Julio Teheran was encouraged after making a rehab appearance Sunday at Triple-A Gwinnett. He allowed three hits and two runs -- one earned -- with five strikeouts in five innings. Teheran, the Atlanta ace, is expected to come off the DL and start Friday against Washington. Hes been sidelined since July 30 with a right lat strain.UP NEXTTwins: RHP Kyle Gibson (4-7) is 2-7 with a 6.10 ERA in 11 career interleague starts.Braves: RHP Mike Foltynewicz (6-5) won at Minnesota on July 27 despite giving up 12 hits and seven runs -- six earned -- in 5 1/3 innings. Air Max 97/1 Sean . The International Olympic Committee released the official list of bid cities on Friday after the deadline for applications had passed. The candidates -- all previously announced in their own countries -- are: Almaty, Kazakhstan; Beijing; Krakow, Poland; Lviv, Ukraine; Oslo, Norway; and Stockholm. Air Max 97 Ultra 17 . -- Jimmy Walkers first PGA Tour trophy came with a special gift tucked inside. http://www.cheapairmax97uk.org/air-max-plus-97.html . Fred Couples, captain of the U.S. side, put it all into perspective. "We know whos in charge," he said. The tied Test was a match played between two teams who just wanted to play good cricket. You had two captains who had exactly the same thoughts about making it entertaining and competitive. When Frank Worrell first arrived in the country, Richie Benaud said, Lets have a good series. Yeah, it should be a lot of fun, says Frank. And there was always that friendliness between the two teams.Garry Sobers made 132 in the first innings. I rate it in the top five innings Ive ever seen. He didnt just beat the field - his timing was superb and so was his placement. If you could get a set-square and cut the gap between the fieldsmen in half - he just kept putting it through the gaps; the centre of the gaps. It was a wonderful innings.Bowling to him, you just had to keep using your variations, using the return crease. We were trying everything we could possibly do to stop him from scoring. I can remember one shot he played off Richie. It absolutely went straight down the wicket, between Richie in his follow-through and the stumps. All Richie could do, as it went past him like a rocket, was turn around and clap the shot. It was just an incredible drive.In our first innings Norm ONeill got 181. There was no better player to watch once he was set. He was a terribly nervy starter, but if you could get him to 30 and he was in the mood, he could play every shot in the book: the late cut, the square cut... He pulled the ball, he swept the ball, and his back-foot play was as good as anyone Ive ever seen.We knocked over West Indies in the second innings for about half of what they got in the first innings and we thought, Weve got a show here. We needed 233 to win.As it turned out, there were no slow over rates by West Indies or anything. It was straight on. All of a sudden I went in at 57 for 5 and I thought, Goodness gracious, Ive been out there bowling or batting for four days already and all of a sudden here we are in a situation where Ive got to go out and bat.I must admit, when Kenny Mackay got out, that was a blow for us. We were 90-odd for 6 and Richie came in, and we started off aggressively. We were trying to take the initiative.We came in at afternoon tea and that was when Bradman, who was the chairman of the board, said to Richie, What are you going to do? And Richie said, Were going to have a go. If you were six down at tea and you have a whole session to save the game, 90% of the time you could say sides would just play for the draw. But to go out and want to score 130-odd in the two hours was a pretty daunting task. But that was our attitude, and we got there and virtually had it won.The top of the wicket had gone quite a bit. There were pieces of what Id call flaked turf taken out.Ramadhin and Valentine were very difficult - Valentine especially, bowling left-arm over into that, with the ball coming back in to me. I made 80. I dont think Ive ever batted better than in that innings.You had to use a bit of discretion. I can remember Ramadhin bowled one of his special balls - I supposed youd call it the doosra of the day - and I didnt pick it. But I decided the next ball definitely woulldnt go away from me, it would come in to me. Undefeated Air Max 97 Green. I thought, Im going to belt this, and it hit the pickets on the boundary. I thought I had a psychological advantage from that decision to have a go.Wes Hall was fired up, theres no doubt about that. I can still remember him bouncing me, and I hooked him and it hit the fence on the full. I said to Richie at the start of the second-last over, Just make sure Im up there for Wes, because I knew Wes would drop one short, and I thought with a bit of luck I could get four out of the seven runs we needed. But as it turned out I didnt get there. I wasnt Usain Bolt and I got run out.There were so many great moments in the Test match. You can always say this bloke played a great innings, or someone bowled well, but there were so many wonderful moments.Joe Solomon ran me out in the second-last over - he threw the wicket down. And then he turns around and throws the wicket down to tie the match. In the circumstances and the pressure there would have been there for the fielding side, that was amazing.There was confusion everywhere. I dont think anybody knew. There were broadcasters who were mixed up. Rohan Kanhai was running around with his arms above his head, saying, We are the champions, we are the champions! I think he thought that theyd won. It was the most amazing situation. The Don came in at the end of the day, and he said, Dont be disappointed, Alan. Today youve made history. It hit us at the time, but it was more profound the next morning. That was what made the whole series.I can still remember, after the game we all went together to what was the dining area, and we had a West Indian and an Australian, a West Indian and an Australian all the way around, and everybody mixed. We drank and talked and chatted about tours that wed had, and it was a real get-together.Then the secretary of the Queensland Cricket Association came down and said, You gentlemen have got to get out, youve overstayed. Apparently the president at the time thought we should have been out of the ground half an hour after the end of the game, and this was about an hour and a half later. We were actually ejected from the ground.People like the late Gerry Alexander, Wes Hall, Cammie Smith - Ive got all their birthdays down. I send them a card for their birthday. We exchange cards at Christmas. That bond is still there. To me thats something Test cricket can give you. I cant see how you can play a Twenty20 or a 50-over game and have that same bond.Theyre great blokes. We have so much laughter. Its not like any other game or series that I can ever remember. I had great individual friends like Ted Dexter, Kenny Barrington and Peter May, but this friendship was with everybody - everybody that played in the tied Test.The pressures changed daily in that match. When youd come to the end of five days, there was nothing in it. 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