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Guardians Against Twins With Naylor’s HR 10th. come back in

CLEVELAND ( Associated Press) – Josh Naylor hit a two-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning to complete a four-run rally that helped the Cleveland Guardians win 7-6 over the Minnesota Twins last night . Wednesday night. ,

Amade Rosario opened the comeback with a double off near Emilio Pagan that sent automatic runner Richie Palacios to the plate and forced the Twins to turn to reliever Jharrell Cotton (2-2).

A pass ball from Ryan Jeffers sent Steven Cowan into the register and Cotton retired Jose Ramirez before Naylor hit his drive into the left-field seats, his first career home to end a game. There was a run.

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After visiting the bases, Naylor beheaded Cleveland manager Terry Francona, who was wearing a helmet. Earlier in the season, an emotional Naylor threw his helmet into the dugout after a big home run in Chicago.

Minnesota took a 6-3 lead at the top of the innings on a two-run homer from Carlos Correa’s RBI single and Max Kepler’s Eli Morgan (4-2). It was Kepler’s 14th career home run in 45 games at Progressive Field.

The teams split the first four games of the five-game series, giving the Twins a two-game lead over the Guardians over the AL Central.

For the Guardians, Dominican maid Rosario scored 4-4 with an RBI and two runs; Franmil Reyes with one produced 4-0; Jose Ramirez 5-1; Oscar Gonzalez 4-0. Venezuela Andres Jiménez 5-0.

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For the Twins, Colombian Gio Ursella won 4–2 and scored one. Dominican Gilberto Celestino 3-1; Gary Sanchez 5-1 with a run; Jorge Polanco 5-0. Puerto Rican Carlos Correa 1-1 with an RBI and scored a run; Jose Miranda 4-1. Venezuela Luis Arrez 5-0.

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