3B coach interferes for final out, Twins hold on

In a bizarre ending, Texas third base coach
Dave Anderson was called for interfering with runner Michael Young
for the final out Sunday, giving the Minnesota Twins a 6-5 win over
the Rangers.
Down 6-2, the Rangers scored twice in the ninth inning and had
the bases loaded with two outs.
Vladimir Guerrero grounded an RBI single up the middle that
Twins second baseman Orlando Hudson fielded behind the bag. Young,
who had been on second, came running around third and appeared to
tap hands with Anderson before stopping and scrambling back to the
bag.
Young made a dive back into third and appeared to beat Hudson's
throw to third baseman Matt Tolbert. But third base umpire Alfonso
Marquez pointed and made the interference call, ending the game.


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