9-6.  Stanton hits home twice against twins

Minneapolis (USA), June 9 (EFE). – Designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton hit a pair of hitters, crediting starter Gerrett Cole with his seventh win and defeating the New York Yankees of the Minnesota Twins 9-6, who was the second Dominican Jorge. Polanco hit two home runs

Stanton (11) sent the ball into the lane twice, and started the penalty kick in the third inning, with two runners ahead.

The designer took the ball off the court again in the fifth inning, with a runner at the base.

Cole (7-3) was credited with winning the Yankees in six games.

For the twins, Polanco (8) blasted the stick twice, sending the ball to the other side of the fence.

Hitting the Dominicans from all four corners in the third inning, with no contestants in the way, he overpowered Cole pitches, shooting 397 feet all the way through right field.

Polanco, who hit twice in five trips to the batter cage, finished with three RBIs and two runs and hit his racket on average at 0.242.

The hitter is back again in nine off the field from the closest Brooks Kriske, with his teammate.

With only one left to complete the top of the ninth inning, Polanco hit the pass with a 410-foot ball over the right field fence.

With his second home run of the night, Polanco sent Dominican goalkeeper Gilberto Celestino to the ring.

First base officer Miguel Sano (12) took the ball off the field in the fifth inning, as punishment for Cole’s pitches, alone, with no inning difference.

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The loss was taken by rookie Randy Dubnak (1-6) in 4 2/3 runs.

(c) EFE . Agency

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