SAN DIEGO — Jurickson Profar homered for the second straight sport and had a hand within the go-ahead rally for the San Diego Padres, who beat the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins 3-2 Sunday to take two of three within the collection.
That sixth-inning rally backed left-hander Sean Manaea (6-5), who overcame residence runs by Luis Arraez and Jose Miranda to get the win. Luis Garcia pitched an ideal ninth for his first save. The Padres are giving Taylor Rogers a break from the nearer function after he blew consecutive saves final week towards Detroit.
Profar homered off Dylan Bundy (6-5) with two outs within the third for a 1-0 lead. It was his eleventh.
The Twins got here again with homers by Arraez main off the fifth, his sixth, and Miranda with one out within the sixth, his tenth.
The Padres took the lead whereas chasing Bundy throughout a sixth-inning rally. Trent Grisham and Profar opened the inning with consecutive singles to run Bundy, who was changed by former Padres reliever Emilio Pagán. After Manny Machado lined out to middle, Jake Cronenworth singled within the tying run and Luke Voit singled within the go-ahead run.
Manaea allowed two runs and 4 hits in six innings, struck out seven and walked three.
Bundy gave up three runs and 4 hits in five-plus innings, struck out three and walked none.
Padres supervisor Bob Melvin was ejected for arguing with first base umpire Jerry Layne within the fifth inning after a name was overturned after video evaluate. Padres first baseman Eric Hosmer caught Byron Buxton’s foul ball up towards the netting, however the Twins challenged and the decision was overturned, with the ruling that the ball hit the netting on the way in which down.
Buxton ultimately struck out and Carlos Correa was deliberately walked to load the bases earlier than Jorge Polanco hit right into a drive to finish the inning.
Twins: Have not named a starter for Monday night time’s opener of a house collection towards Detroit.
Padres: RHP Mike Clevinger (2-3, 3.38) is scheduled to begin Monday night time within the opener of a five-game residence collection towards the Rockies, who will counter with Antonio Senzatela (3-5, 4.90).