The Red Sox used a three-run, mid-game rally to overcome a 4-1 Twins lead to beat Minnesota 10-4 at Fenway Park Saturday night.
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Mitch Moreland put the Sox up 1-0 in the bottom of the first on an RBI single. The Twins tied the game in the second and then scored three times off starting pitcher Rick Porcello in the top of the third.
Jackie Bradley Jr. tripled in a pair of runs in the fourth and scored himself on a Mookie Betts double to tie the score. Boston took a 5-4 lead in the fifth inning on J.D. Martinez's (pictured) 32nd home run of the year.
Andrew Benintendi singled home another run in the fifth to mkae it 6-4. In the Boston eighth Betts doubled home JBJ for the second time, Rafael Devers walked with the bases loaded and Eduardo Nunez doubled in a pair to complete the scoring.
Porcello went 5.2 innings for his team-leading 13th win of the year. He allowed all four Minnesota runs on five hits and a walk while striking out five.
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