The Major League Baseball started on the 1st, and Twins pitcher Kenta Maeda acted as the opening pitcher against Brewers, but he got off the mound in the middle of the fifth inning and did not win or lose.

In the sixth year of the Major League Baseball and the second year of the Twins, pitcher Maeda went up to the mound of the opening game for the first time in the Major League Baseball in the opening game with the Brewers in Milwaukee, the opponent's home base, on the 1st.

In the first inning, he took two strikeouts in a row with a walk and got off to a good start, but after that he struggled with control, and in the third inning, he got two hits and a dead ball with a two-out bases loaded pinch and one point with an extruded foreball. I lost.

After the second inning, pitcher Maeda got off the mound when the number of balls increased due to the painful pitching that he carried on his back every time, and he was in the 5th inning with a 2-point lead and 1 out, 1st base and 2nd base.

After that, the relieved pitcher hit a timely hit and the runner left by pitcher Maeda returned to the home, and pitcher Maeda scored two goals in the middle of the fifth inning.

He hit 6 hits and stole 5 strikeouts, with no wins or losses.

The Twins were overtaken by the 9th inning with a 3-point lead, and lost the goodbye 5-6 in the 10th inning, which was held in the tiebreaker starting from the no-out second base.