The Twins have now scored 9 unanswered runs and look like they will win easily. The key to me wasthe 3rd inning at-bat to Corey Ksokie. Hudson had just given up his first run and had been battled firencely by the first two Twin hitters. But there were now two outs and a man on second. Hudson was ahead to Koskie 1-2 and threw a borderline inside pitch that Hernandez framed well (I though it was a strike), but he didn't get the call. He didn't get the pitch, proceeded to walk Koskie, and then gave up a ground-rule double to Ortiz to lose the lead. That seemed to be the moment when Hudson lost it: not getting the bordeline call seemed to get him rattled.
In the fourth the entire A's team looked rattled. There were two throwing errors (both plating runs), two wild pitches (each also reulting in a run), a hits batsman (on the pitch after the first wild pitch), and a total of seven runs allowed on only 4 hits (a double and three singles).