CHICAGO — Carlos Correa drove in a run during Minnesota’s 12-inning five-inning rally to win 7-3 over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday, preventing a three-game series sweep.
Puerto Rican Korea and Byron Paxton too.
The Twins, the AL Central leaders, won three of the four hours.
Eloy Jimenez starred for the White Sox, who snapped a three-game winning streak.
Chicago shortstop Elvis Andrus missed Jose Miranda’s groundout on the 12th and Trevor Larnach scored from second for the go-ahead. Nick Gordon and Correa then drove the cars in the races and Jorge Polanco added the double race.
Puerto Rico’s Emilio Pagan (2-0) took home the 11th win.
For the Twins, Puerto Rico went 5-1 and scored one and two RBI. Miranda 5-0; and Christian Vasquez from 4-0. Colombian Donovan Solano 3-0. Dominican Polanco 3-0.
For the White Sox, Dominican Eloy Jiménez has a record of 5-3, one hit and three RBIs; and Hanser Alberto 5-1. Venezuelan Andros, with a score of 4-1. Cuban Louis Robert Jr. from 4-1.
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