MILWAUKEE – After a roller coaster ride in a series opening match at Miller Park, the twins were back on top of the American League Central.
After the Brewers had made four runs in the seventh inning to take the lead, the Twins succeeded in a
MILWAUKEE after a roller coaster ride in a series opening match at Miller Park, a three-legged home game by Marwin Gonzalez. The twins were again at the top of the American League Central.
After the Brewers had scored four runs in the seventh inning to take the lead, the twins of Marwin Gonzalez (19459005) took the lead in three runs. in the eighth off all-star seamstress Josh Hader for a 7-5 win on Tuesday night.
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Eddie Rosario and Miguel Sano reached the base to start the eighth inning, but Luis Arraez and CJ Cron were retired Gonzalez hit Haders first pitch, a 96-mile-ball over the Heart of the plate, over the left midfield wall.
After Martin things changed for Minnesota in a hurry Perez silenced the brewers in his six innings. The left-hander distributed six hits and four courses to allow for an unfulfilled run. Ryne Harper arrived in seventh and had the first four fighters facing him reach the base. The last of the four was Yasmani Grandal, who completed a triple home run for Milwaukee.
However, on a night the Indians lost to the Red Sox, Gonzalez played the role of hero. His 14th home game gave Minnesota a half-lead in the AL Central ahead of Cleveland.
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