MINNEAPOLIS ( Associated Press) — Oscar Gonzalez tied the game with a two-run single and scored on Owen Miller’s forward sacrifice for the Cleveland Guardians, who beat the Minnesota Twins 11-10 on Wednesday night.
Gonzalez homeed first and finished with four RBIs for the revived Guardians, who scored four times in the ninth.
Cleveland has won the first two of three games in the series to take a one-game lead over Minnesota over the AL Central.
The teams will meet five times over four days in Cleveland next week.
Carlos Correa hits two homers for the Twins, who have lost four of five games and are 8-11 in June. Max Kepler and Gio Ursella also made the home for Minnesota.
Sam Hentges (1–0) covered a scoreless eighth inning and Dominican Republic Emmanuel Klass credited his 17th save to solve the ninth in three men.
For the second night in a row, Griffin Jacques (4-2) suffered a defeat.
For the Guardians, Dominican Amade Rosario scored 5-4 with two runs and two RBIs, Jose Ramirez scored two, Gonzalez scored two and 5-2 with four RBIs. Venezuela Andres Jiménez 4-1.
For the Twins, 4-0 with Luis Arrez RBI of Venezuela. Puerto Rican Korea scored 5–2 and scored two runs. Dominican Gary Sánchez scored 5–1, Gilberto Celestino 2–0 with a single. Colombian Urshela scored 4-3 with three runs and three RBIs.