Correa answers the boo with HR green light, leads Twins Yanks 4-3

New York (AFP) – Carlos Correa responded to the boos of Yankees fans with a tiebreaker, Homer two in the eighth, and the Minnesota Twins beat New York 4-3 Thursday night to avoid a four-game sweep.

It was Correa’s two-time exit from former Fordham player Greg Weisert after an unsuccessful video review called by the Yankees after what New York thought should have been a third exit. The Yankees maintained that Wandy Peralta (2-4) took first place in time as opposed to first baseman Marwin Gonzalez on the Jake Cave game, but replays showed Peralta holding the ball with a glove against his body.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone burst out of the dugout to argue with crew chief Larry Vanover and threw his hands in frustration before leaving the field.

“I think it’s out there and we have to live with[the call]swatches, so that’s how the system is going,” Boone said.

Next, Correa called a 1-2 passer for his 18th Homer, the second in two days. Minnesota gave a 4-2 lead and he hit his chest in the direction of his bunker while rounding third base.