Carlos Correa scores two runs in the Twins’ victory against Milwaukee

Carlos Correa scores two runs in the Twins’ victory against Milwaukee

Milwaukee – Jackson Chourio became the youngest player in six years to hit a home run, but his Milwaukee Brewers ended up succumbing 7-3 to the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday.

Ryan Jeffers hit a tie-breaking three-run shot in the seventh and capped a five-run Twins rally.

As part of the ‘rally’, the Puerto Rican Carlos Correa He hit and drove in a run to tie the score at 3-3. He received two free walks and scored two runs in Minnesota’s victory.

Rhys Hoskins also missed it for the Brewers, who saw their four-game winning streak snapped.

For the Twins, Alex Kiriloff went 4-for-4 with two singles, a double and a triple. Jeffers drove in four runs.

Chourio opened the fifth inning by hitting a slider from Mexican Daniel Duarte on a 1-1 count, a hit that traveled 402 feet through right-center field. The 20-year-old slugger signed an eight-year, $82 million contract over the winter break. He is hitting .350 with a hit in each of his first five major league games.

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