Detroit (USA), Sept. 2 – Gardener Max Kepler hit a two-run single when there were two outs from the eighth inning, and the Minnesota Twins defeated the Detroit Tigers 4-6 on Monday. of teams of the Central Division of the American League.
The Twins have a 6-1 mark in the first seven duels they have played for visitors on a 10-game tour. Quite the opposite of the Tigers, who have 1-6 of the 7 disputed in their field of Detroit’s Comerica Park.
The Minnesota team, with a handicap of 2-3 on the board at the start of the eighth inning, started batting two singles against reliever Buck Farmer (5-6), who retired the next two batters.
Then, Venezuelan third baseman Ehire Adrianza filled the bases with a single inside the box and Kepler arrived at the batting box.
Matt Hall entered the relay and Kepler connected a single line to the center field.
Reliever Zack Littell (3-0), the second of the four that the Twins used, took the victory and Taylor Rogers perfectly resolved the ninth episode to sign up his twenty-second save so far this season.
The timely Latin batting of the Twins was put by Venezuelans Luis Arráez, who went 4-3 with two scored, and Adrianza, 4-2 with one scored and two driven.
For the Tigers, Victor Reyes was 3-2 with one produced and Miguel Cabrera went 4-2 with one scored and one produced. The Dominican Dawel ended unstoppable in four at-bats and one run scored.