In the 10th inning, Carlos Correa and Max Kepler delivered RBI singles. Minnesota's leadoff batter, Donovan Solano, equaled his personal record with four hits and showcased exceptional defensive skills. This came a day after he was too unwell to participate. Despite not being at full strength, the 35-year-old Solano, who had been under the weather, demonstrated remarkable determination and contributed to the victory. Manager Rocco Baldelli commented, "Yesterday, he was as sick as a dog... but he came in today, mentioned he was feeling better. He wasn't completely recovered, but there was definite improvement, and he arrived with a readiness to compete."