Twins 7, Blue Jays 0
MINNEAPOLIS — Unfazed by the subfreezing temperature at first pitch, Kyle Gibson, pitched a career-high eight scoreless innings for the Twins in a doubleheader opener. It was the coldest start for an outdoor game in Twins history, 31 degrees. The previous low was 32 on May 2, 1967, at Metropolitan Stadium. Josmil Pinto highlighted a five-run fifth against R.A. Dickey with a two-run double, missing a grand slam by a few inches.