Naylor's 2-Run HR in 10th Gives Guardians 7-6 Win Over Twin

Josh Naylor hit a two-run homerun with two outs in the tenth inning,

finishing a four-run rally that gave the

Cleveland Guardians a 7-6 triumph over the Minnesota Twins.

Amed Rosario started the rebound with a one-out twofold off nearer

Emilio Pagán that scored programmed sprinter Richie Palacios,

provoking the Twins to get Jharel Cotton (2-2).

A passed ball by Ryan Jeffers scored Steven Kwan,

and Cotton resigned José Ramírez before Naylor drove

his most memorable game-finishing homer onto the left field yard.

Minnesota had taken a 6-3 lead in the highest point of the tenth on a RBI

single from special hitter Carlos Correa and a two-show homer to Max Kepler off Eli Morgan (4-2).

It was Kepler's fourteenth homer in 45 vocation games at Progressive Field.

Alex Kirilloff hit a two-run homerun in the 6th and Gio Urshela followed

with a performance shot off Guardians starter Cal Quantrill,

tying the game at 3 on Minnesota's second consecutive homers of the year.

Kirilloff coordinated his season best with three hits,

while Urshela had a couple. AL batting pioneer Luis Arraez

went 0 for 5 for the Twins, dropping his normal to .337.