Minneapolis — The bumped twins aren’t ready to go quietly into the night.
Just hours after losing Alex Kirillov, who forced the back-up Nick Gordon to Played as a centre-back for the seventh time of the season. The Twins entered the ninth inning on Thursday. Faced with two rounds of deficits with Aroldis Chapman and Yankees, the club’s historic nemesis.
Two big swings of the racket quickly negated that. Josh Donaldson hit a game-tethered two-run homer, then Nelson Cruise walked off with a two-run homer of his own by Raise the Twins to a 7-5 win at Target Field.
As the Twins went down 5-3 into the ninth, Jorge Polanco led off with a single before Donaldson tied the game with a blow into the upper deck in the center-left field. That got the crowd rolling ̵2; and that skyrocketed as Willians Astudillo parted and lost his helmet while celebrating at first base.
Cruz’s end-of-game swing sent the ball to Statcast, projecting 457 feet into the center. send the crowd into chaos