FINAL SCORE: Twins 4, Red Sox 3 (17)
IN BRIEF: Max Kepler, whose home run tied it for the Twins in the 13th, singled in a run in the 17th to give Minnesota a 4-3 victory over the Red Sox, who had gone ahead on a Mookie Betts homer in the top of the 13th and had their season-high winning streak end at six. At 5 hours, 45 minutes and 17 innings, it was the longest game in Target Field history. BOX SCORE
RED SOX RECORD: 40-35
Betts walks and steals second. With two outs, Devers singles to right, scoring Betts (1-0, BOS).
Rosario doubles to right, Cron singles to center, scoring Rosario (tied, 1-1)
VAZQUEZ PICKS GARVER OFF THIRD IN A BIG SPOT:
GOT 'EM! pic.twitter.com/47asZPa0BZ— Red Sox (@RedSox) June 19, 2019
(Harper replaces Pineda on the mound) Devers homers to right on a 0-and-1 pitch (2-1, BOS).
🚨 GO-AHEAD RAFFY BOMB 🚨 pic.twitter.com/GzqB2biDJr— Red Sox (@RedSox) June 19, 2019
ANOTHER GREAT JBJ CATCH KEEPS IT TIED:
JACKIE BRADLEY JACKIE BRADLEY JACKIE BRADLEY! pic.twitter.com/9d5GqpOdPH— Red Sox (@RedSox) June 19, 2019
(Workman replaces Brasier on the mound) Garver walks, and with two outs, moves to second on a wild pitch. Cron walks. Kepler singles to right, scoring Garver (tied, 2-2)
(Morin replaces Parker on the mound) Betts homers to off the left-field foul pole on a 3-2 pitch (BOS, 3-2).
(Velazquez replaces Brewer on the mound) Kepler homers to right on a 1-2 pitch (tied, 3-3).
(Johnson replaces Velazquez on the mound) Arraez singles to center, moves to third on Rosario's double to right, Cron was intentionally walked. Kepler singles to right, scoring Arraez (MIN, 4-3).
@Twins, Wednesday, 8:10 p.m., NESN
Vs. Blue Jays, Friday, 7:10 p.m., NESN
Vs. Blue Jays, Saturday, 4:05 p.m., NESN
Vs. Blue Jays, Sunday, 1:05 p.m., NESN
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