Minnesota Twins defeat Boston Red Sox, 4-2

MINNEAPOLIS - Even with the Red Sox equaling the modern-day record with six wild pitches, just one base runner that advanced on a wild pitch scored.

In fact, it was remarkable that the Twins scored just four runs with all the wildness and weirdness going on last night, most of it in the vicinity of George Kottaras.

"There was a lot going on in and around the dirt area," said Sox manager Terry Francona. "George's Canadian background came into play there. Looked like a go...