Jorge Polanco hit a three-run home run at the top of the ninth inning to rally the Minnesota Twins, who defeated the Cincinnati Reds 7-5 on Tuesday night and visited the Minnesota Twins.
On eight pitches at bat, Polanco hit Heath Hembree’s (2-6) 2-2 slider and hit 17 home runs this season just inside the right-wing foul pole. It boarded Jake Cave and Max Kepler, where Henbury was walking to open the innings.
Mitch Garver also scored three home runs and two hits, while Luis Arráez scored two hits in Minnesota, winning his fifth victory in the last 17 road games.
Daniel Korombe (2-1) won the hitless relief in the 11/3 innings. Despite giving up the single to Tyler Naquin and walking to Eugenio Suarez to open the bottom of the ninth inning, Alex Colomé bounced back and recorded his third save.
Jonathan India returned home in two runs, doubled and drove. Suarez and Tucker Barnhart have also become home to Cincinnati. Jesse Winker has added two RBIs and RBIs to the Reds.
Minnesota jumped to a 1-0 lead in the third inning in a series of one-out doubles by Kevlar and Brent Rooker.
Cincinnati took a 3-1 lead at the bottom of the third. Suarez and Barnhart started their innings by home ringing on a back-to-back pitch at about the same location in the center right. It was the 21st home run of the season for Suarez and the 5th home run for Barnhart.
One after that, India doubled on the left field line and Winker scored a double on the left.
The Twins took a 4-3 lead in the fifth inning in Gerber’s 12th home run of the season, with starting pitcher Kenta Maeda starting a single inning with a 401-foot drive to the center left, and Luke walked. ..
However, when Shogo Akiyama, a pinch hitter, sliced the one-out single to the left and scored with a 402-foot drive to the left, India’s 11th home run this season, the Reds led 5-4 in the lower half of the inning. Rebounded to take-center.
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Jorge Polanco’s ninth three-run shot, Twins pass Reds
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