Red Sox Could Try to Turn Luck Around by Using Same Signs as Minnesota Twins

One of the few teams having a rougher September than the Red Sox this year is the Minnesota Twins. They've struggled to a 4-19 record and are living in last place of the AL Central.

But on Sunday, their luck may have finally turned and the Twins caught a break. After manager Ron Gardenhire casually scratched his beard, his third base coach mistook it for a steal sign. Long story short, it resulted in a home run and the Twins won.

NESN Nation's Krister Johnson noticed a similar break the Red Sox caught in Sunday's wild extra-inning game against the Yankees and hopes that it's a sign that the Red Sox' fortunes are changing. But judging from the way Robert Andino just lucked into an inside-the-park home run, he might have spoken too soon…

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