MINNEAPOLIS — — Triston McKenzie cruised through six innings of the first game of a doubleheader to lead the Indians past Minnesota 3-1 on Tuesday. McKenzie (5-6) had seven strikeouts, including Byron Buxton three times, with just three hits and one walk allowed to record his fifth straight outing of six innings or more and one run or less. The right-hander has retired 96 of the last 112 batters he’s faced. McKenzie trailed after an RBI double by Andrelton Simmons in the third, but Bradley Zimmer tied the game in the fifth with a home run off the shutters fronting the parking ramp behind the second deck in right field. Austin Hedges hit a go-ahead RBI double in the seventh and a fielding error on third baseman Luis Arraez off a sharp ground ball by pinch-hitter Yu Chang yielded an insurance run for closer Emmanuel Clase, who recorded his 23rd save in 27 chances with a perfect seventh. The Twins took the nightcap 6-3, as the Indians’ Logan Allen struggled, giving up four runs on seven hits in just three and two thirds innings of work.  The two teams wrap up their three-game series tonight, with first pitch set for 7:40pm.  RHP Cal Quantrill (5-3, 3.04 ERA) will be on the hill for the Tribe.