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Byron Buxton's Big Day Leads the Twins to the Rockies

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Byron Buxton scored 2nd, 3rd and more goals in a three-game series of rubber games on Sunday when the Minnesota Twins beat the Colorado Rockies 6-3 to score a three-run.

Max Kepler scored 2 RBIs and 2 RBIs. Luis Arráez also scored 2 RBIs and 2 RBIs, and the Twins scored 3 RBIs out of 4 RBIs.

Twins starter Joe Ryan (6-3) allowed 3 runs and 8 hits in 5 innings. He hit one and walked one.

Jhoan Duran threw the ninth in his fifth save.

Connor Joe, C.J. Kron, Brian Saven, and Garrett Hampson each hit twice in the Rocky Mountains and lost five out of six.

Rockies starter Ryan Feltner (1-3) allowed 5 runs and 8 hits in 4 innings. He hit two and walked one.

The Rocky Mountains took a 1-0 lead in the first top when Joe doubled out and Kron scored a two out double.

Fertner gave up on the first one-out walk, followed by four straight singles and the last three drive-in runs, pushing the Twins 3-1.

After fighting knee pain for several weeks, Baxton tripled twice in a row, winning Arráez from first place and 4-1 in the second. Baxton led Carlos Correa's sacrifice fly 5-1.

Charlie Blackmon hit a home run to Colorado in 3rd place, 5-2

Joe took the single, 2nd place and Jonathan Daza in 4th place. Score and lead to Trim 5-3.

The Rocky Mountains missed the chance to put more runs on the scoreboard.

They placed the first and third runners without a second out, but couldn't cross the run.

Emilio Pagan then rescued Sealbar and defeated Kron to maintain a two-run deficit.

Baxton became a single with one out in seven innings and returned home with Kepler's two out doubles to 6-3.

– Field-level media