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Saturday, August 13, 2022

Twins beat Blue Jays 6-5 at Catchers Fumbles

MINNE Associated PressOLIS ( Associated Press) – Nick Gordon hit a three-run homer and scored after a pair of opposing catcher Danny Jenson in the 10th inning as the Minnesota Twins beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 on Friday night.

Gordon, who had three hits in the game, was an automatic runner leading from the bottom of the 10th inning.

Canada’s Jordan Romano (3-3) hit Jake Cave on a low slider, which was missed by Jenson, who then threw the ball wildly first, passing Cave and Gordon advanced to first base.

Tim Beckham dismissed third baseman Matt Champman, who threw Gordon towards the plate to take out for the score. Johnson would get out but he didn’t catch the ball well.

Michael Fulmer (4-4) loaded the bases at the top of the 10th inning in his second appearance with the Twins as they got him from Detroit.

The Blue Jays tried to come back against Minnesota closer George Lopez in the ninth, another takeover on the final day of the trades and an All-Star for Baltimore.

Bo Bichette and Danny Jensen each had singles before Raimel Tapia hit a hit to center field with two outs.

Venezuela’s Luis Arrez won 5-0 and Sandy Leone 2-1 for the Twins. Dominican Jorge Polanco scored 3-0, scoring one goal. Puerto Rican Jose Miranda 4-1, scored one, scored one. Colombian Gio Ursella 1-1.

For the Blue Jays, Dominican Vladimir Guerrero Jr. scored 4–2, scoring one, producing two; Teoscar Hernandez 5-1; Raimel Tapia 4-1 and Santiago Espinal 2-1, one score, one RBI. Cuba Lourdes Gueril Jr. 5-1. Mexican Alejandro Kirk 1-0.

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