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MLB: Edward Julien is hit in the right shoulder after being thrown out from third base

MLB: Edward Julien is hit in the right shoulder after being thrown out from third base

MINNESOTA — One of Major League Baseball’s most productive last 15 players, Quebec’s Edouard Julien walked twice in the Minnesota Twins’ 4-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on Monday.

He has now hit the tracks at least twice in nine of his last eleven matches.

However, the 24-year-old second baseman will want to forget his painful evening on the tracks, which also led to him being replaced at the plate late in the game. It is not known at the moment if the Ancienne-Lorette native will miss the event.

In the fourth inning, Julian attempted to steal second base after he walked a base off starter Luis Castillo—the latter had been perfect until then—but he was pinned by an accurate throw from catcher Tom Murphy.

Returning to bat against Castillo in the sixth inning, Julian again showed the discipline to find himself at first base.

This time, Julian’s intentions were guessed by Teoscar Hernandez, who attempted to go from first base to third on a single off of Max Kepler.

Hernandez’s throw allowed third baseman Eugenio Suarez to put the gauntlet hard on Julian, who appeared to take the hit to the right shoulder.

Quebec retreated to his clubhouse bunker, grimace in pain, but managed to regain his place on the field during the Twins’ next lap on defense.

However, Julien gave way to Kyle Farmer in the ninth as Minnesota looked to tie the game.

In the first half, Julien was knocked out by a hard arrow directly into the right player’s glove; So his average stays at .305.

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Colton Wong thought he played the spoiler at Twins (54-48) when he hit a two-run homer early in the ninth, putting Seattle (50-50) up 3-2.

But the locals drew on their resources to force a tenth inning, thanks to a productive double from Kepler bringing Alex Kirillov to the plate.

Jorge Lopez (4-2) was a perfect 10th inning starter, and he deserved the win.

The Twins have the best major league record since returning from the All-Star break, at 9-2.