Giovanny Urshela tripled and homered

A great offensive production by Colombian Giovanny Urshela, with a triple and a home run, was not enough for the Minnesota Twins who lost 11-10 to the Cleveland Guardians on Wednesday night before 25,604 people at Target Field in Minneapolis .

Urshela hit his sixth homer of the season, with two men on base, in the seventh inning off reliever Anthony Castro.

The Cartagena native, with a count of one ball and two strikes, swung at a 94 mph fastball and took the center field fence to bring Gary Sánchez and Alex Kirilloff to the plate.

The third baseman went 3-for-4, with three RBIs and three runs scored. Among his hits, he hit his first triple of the season. His average was 260.

Puerto Rican Carlos Correa, Urshela’s teammates, hit two home runs and drove in two runs.

Dominican Óscar González homered and had four RBIs while his compatriot Amed Rosario also homered and drove in two runs to carry the Guardians’ offense, which took four runs on the scoreboard in the ninth to secure the victory coming behind.

Yankees 5, Rays 4: Harold Ramirez, 3-1

Colombian Harold Ramírez went 1-3 in the defeat of his team, the Tampa Bay Rays, on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field, in the city of Florida.

The Bolivarian, who acted as designated hitter, went 1-3, with a base on balls received. His offensive average is 301.

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