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5-1. Healed leads attack of homers against the White Sox

The player of the Twins of Minnesota Michael Healed (d) celebrates with his teammate Tony Diaz during a game against the Chicago White Sox, dipustado in the Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois (USA), this September 16, 2020. EFE/Tannen Maury
The player of the Twins of Minnesota Michael Healed (d) celebrates with his teammate Tony Diaz during a game against the Chicago White Sox, dipustado in the Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois (USA), this September 16, 2020. EFE/Tannen Maury
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Chicago (US), 16 sep (EFE).- The first base dominican Miguel Healed hit a homerun good for two runs, and led the attack of the Twins of Minnesota, which overcame a 5-1 to the Chicago White Sox.
Healed (12) disappeared in the ball of the field in the eighth episode, leading to a runner by the front against the job over Matt Foster.
The ranger puerto rican Eddie Rosario (11) also threw the ball to the other side of the fence, alone, in the second entry on the releases of the starter Lucas Giolito.
The outfielder Byron Buxton (10) disappeared in the ball of the field with a shot of four corners of a corridor ahead.
On the mound victory pointed over Cody Stashak (1-0) in two and one-third innings.
For the White Sox the dh cuban Jose Abreu (16) connected to back full on the launches of Odorizzi in the fourth episode.
With your vuelacercas, Abreu stands at subliderato of homers in the Big Leagues, where ties to the dominican Twins, Nelson Cruz, and Mike Trout, the Angels of Los Angeles.
The defeat of the bore Giolito (4-3) in six episodes.

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