Gleyber Torres in his change of position scores the winner (+ Videos)

Harold Capote Fernández | @batesbeisbol

Obviously 2021 has been a difficult year for Gleyber Torres and since Monday the 13th the infielder from Caracas can wipe the slate clean, fill himself with new vibes. From this day he returned to intermediate.

At first this looked like another difficult duel for the Yankees, in the middle of an adverse streak in which they had already added 12 falls in the recent 15 and incidentally started down 4×0 against the Twins, supported by home runs by Jorge Polanco (30) and Miguel Sanó (27), each one towing 2 lines.

For the third, Minnesota adds another, also with homers, on Byron Buxton’s wood (14); however, from the sixth chapter on, things underwent a 180º turn for the Mules who began to react with a sacrifice fly for DJ LeMahieu; while in seventh Joey Gallo is in charge of adding another with a home run, the 33 in his personal account.

The eighth would be plentiful for the bombers, who achieve the equalizer scoring 3 through Aaron Judge, who with 2 in circulation goes to the street, a blow with which it is eventually necessary to play additional innings.

At the bottom of the 10, Gleyber starts him as the assigned runner at second base, and after Gio Urshela struck out foul, Gary Sanchez manages to respond by hitting a single that sticks the Venezuelan to establish the final 6×5.

The victory goes to the account of Clay Holmes (8-3, 4.07) after throwing an inning with a strikeout; Ralph Garza Jr. loses (1-3, 2.77) despite a dirty hairline.

For the twins Luis Arráez goes 5-2 with scored (.293); for the Yankees, Gleyber Torres finished 4-0 with a strikeout and a score (.249).