Minneapolis, MN (WOIO) - The Indians rallied from five runs down to stun the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday, 7-5 at Target Field.
Trevor Bauer was roughed up early, giving up five in the first, including a three-run home run to Oswaldo Arcia, before his teammates bailed him out.
Yan Gomes got the rally going in the second, with a towering solo shot of his own to left. Two innings later, Zach Walters drove in two with a single to right, as Jason Kipnis and Gomes both scored. After Michael Bourn scored on a wild pitch in the fifth, the Tribe took the lead in the 6th on Tyler Holt's two-run double to deep center.
Bourn added the insurance run with an RBI single later in the inning.
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