Max Kepler's final RBI hit delivers Twins a 17-inning victory over Red Sox

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Max Kepler's final RBI hit delivers Twins a 17-inning victory over Red Sox
Max Kepler's final RBI hit delivers Twins a 17-inning victory over Red Sox

Max Kepler's final RBI hit delivers Twins a 17-inning victory over Red Sox MINNEAPOLIS–The Minnesota Twins had avoided a three-game losing streak all season long, a testament to how they have seized control of the AL Central with a potent offense and effective pitching. They entered Tuesday's game with consecutive defeats – and it sure seemed like they were doing all they could to get that third consecutive loss. They botched scoring opportunities, Mitch Garver was picked off third in the sixth, Eddie Rosario collided with Jake Cave in the 15th that enabled a fly ball to fall to the ground, then Rosario was doubled off second in the bottom of the inning. There was also a strikeoutfest in the

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