The Minnesota Twins and Seattle Mariners were locked in a tie ballgame on Wednesday night. With two runners on base in the top of the 10th inning and only one man out, a ground ball towards the first base side ended up doing the Twins in.
C.J. Cron fired the ball to home plate to prevent the M's from getting ahead, and while the ball appeared to have arrived on time, catcher Mitch Garver failed to secure it in his glove, allowing the runner to cross the plate. What a way to give up the lead in extras.
Seattle would then tack on two more runs and win by the final score of 9-6, a crushing defeat for a Twins team looking to maintain its spot atop the AL Central.