Naquin’s 3-point homerun in 9th gives Reds 10-7 win over Twins

Tyler Naquin went 4 for 4 with a three-run homerun that broke a ninth inning tie just after the ragged Cincinnati reliever pen lost a five-point lead, and the Reds beat the Minnesota Twins. 10-7 to stop their five-game streak loss on Tuesday afternoon. Amir Garrett got his fourth save in six attempts with a scoreless ninth after fellow relievers Art Warren, Lucas Sims and Tejay Antone tripped over a eighth of five points for the Twins, whose five-game winning streak ended. Max Kepler hit a two-run homer, Trevor Larnach added a solo shot and Alex Kirilloff netted the two-run double tie. Antone (2-0), but the right-hander in his first game returned from the injured list. record the last two strikeouts of the inning Tucker Barnhart scored a homerun and had three RBIs and Jesse Winker netted a two-run brace for the Reds, including the ERA of relief (5.58 entering the game) is the worst of the major leagues. Victory in 12 rounds Monday night which lasted 5:14, the longest in MLB thi That year, the Twins themselves had enclosure problems. Alex Colomé allowed three runs in the eighth, although third baseman Miguel Sanó’s second field error made two of them unworthy. Then Hansel Robles (3-4), who has been one of the team’s most stable relief options, got in trouble with a brace with a Nick Castellanos out and hitting Tyler Stephenson with a throw. before Naquin’s 12th Homer of the season gives the The Reds a reason to smile on their way home at the end of a nine-game road trip. Wade Miley also gave them another strong start, with two runs allowed on a Ryan Jeffers homerun in seven otherwise easy innings. Jeffers was the catcher for all 12 innings of the marathon game on Monday and returned to crouch behind home plate again on Tuesday as the Twins tried to shake off the bad news of center fielder Byron Buxton’s broken left hand. Twins rookie Bailey Ober has made his fifth start without a decision. It lasted 4 1/3 innings with four runs allowed. COACHING ROOM Reds: Starting pitchers Sonny Gray (right groin) and Jeff Hoffman (right shoulder) have been scheduled for rehab assignments. Gray is expected to join the Reds next week after making a three-run start for Triple-A Louisville. … Antone (right forearm) was activated from the 10-day injury list before the game, and OF Scott Heineman was sent to Triple-A Louisville. Twins: With Buxton out, rookie Gilberto Celestino returned from Triple-A St. Paul to play at CF. Regular RF Max Kepler could also play there again, as he gains stamina after running out of time with a hamstring injury.UP NEXTReds: After a day off on Wednesday, RHP Tony Santillan (0- 1, 4.70 ERA) will take the mound to start a four-game series against Atlanta on Thursday night. Twins: After a day off Wednesday, RHP José Berríos (7-2, 3.56 ERA) will pitch to open a four-game series against Cleveland on Thursday night. The Twins have won seven straight starts from Berríos.

Tyler Naquin went 4 for 4 with a three-run homerun that broke a ninth inning tie just after the ragged Cincinnati reliever pen lost a five-point lead, and the Reds beat the Minnesota Twins. 10-7 to stop their five-game losing streak on Tuesday afternoon.

Amir Garrett got his fourth save in six attempts with a scoreless ninth after fellow relievers Art Warren, Lucas Sims and Tejay Antone tripped over a five-point eighth for the Twins, whose five-game winning streak ended .

Max Kepler hit a two-run homer, Trevor Larnach added a solo shot and Alex Kirilloff pulled off Antone’s two-point double tie (2-0), but the right-hander in his first game returned to the roster. injuried people. the last two outs of the round.

Tucker Barnhart hit a home run and got three RBIs and Jesse Winker netted a two-run brace for the Reds, whose relief ERA (5.58 entries in the game) is the worst in the major leagues.

After securing a 12-innings win on Monday night that lasted 5.14 hours, the longest in MLB this year, the Twins had their own paddock issues.

Alex Colomé allowed three runs in the eighth, although third baseman Miguel Sanó’s second defensive error left two of them undeserved. Then Hansel Robles (3-4), who has been one of the team’s most stable relief options, got in trouble with a brace with a Nick Castellanos out and hitting Tyler Stephenson with a throw. before Naquin’s 12th home run of the season gives the Reds a reason to smile on their way home at the end of a nine-game road trip.

Wade Miley also gave them another strong start, with two runs allowed on a Ryan Jeffers homerun in seven otherwise easy innings. Jeffers was the catcher for all 12 innings of the marathon game Monday and returned to crouch behind plate on Tuesday, as the Twins tried to shake off the bad news of center fielder Byron Buxton’s left hand fracture.

Twins rookie Bailey Ober made his fifth start without a decision. It lasted 4 1/3 innings with four runs allowed.

TRAINERS ‘ROOM

Reds: Starting pitchers Sonny Gray (right groin) and Jeff Hoffman (right shoulder) have been scheduled for rehab assignments. Gray is expected to join the Reds next week after making a three-run start for Triple-A Louisville. … Antone (right forearm) was activated from the 10-day injury list before the game, and OF Scott Heineman was sent to Triple-A Louisville.

Twins: With Buxton out, rookie Gilberto Celestino returned from AAA St. Paul to play against the CF. Regular RF Max Kepler could also play there again, as he gains stamina after running out of time due to a hamstring injury.

FOLLOWING

Reds: After a day off Wednesday, RHP Tony Santillan (0-1, 4.70 ERA) will take the mound to start a four-game streak against Atlanta on Thursday night.

Twins: After a day off Wednesday, RHP José Berríos (7-2, 3.56 ERA) will pitch to open a four-game streak against Cleveland on Thursday night. The Twins have won seven straight starts from Berríos.

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