Michael Cuddyer comes in to pitch, because why not?
He was a bit wild, but he wasn't terrible, walking two and giving up a couple of hits, but somehow miraculously not allowing any more runs. His was the second-best performance of the entire night; the first belonging to Phil Dumatrait, who pitched a couple of batters. Cuddy was way better than the rest of the professional pitchers the Twins used: Nick Blackburn gave up nine runs on eleven hits in 2.2 innings; Jose Mijares gave up four runs in 2/3 of an inning; Chuck James gave up four runs in an inning; and Alex Burnett gave up a couple of runs in his inning of work. The Cowboys eventually beat the Vikings by a final score of 20-6.
Hey, at least the offense showed some signs of life for once, pounding out six runs on eleven hits, and Jason Kubel connected for his 6th homer of the year. So there's that.
UPDATE: MLB.com didn't have any video available of Cuddy's relief appearance before I went to bed, but they have it now. So here it is: