BOSTON — Miguel Sano homered and Eduardo Nunez drove in three runs, including two in a five-run seventh inning as the Minnesota Twins rallied for an 11-9 win over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night.

Eddie Rosario had four singles for Minnesota, which won its second straight over Boston after losing the series opener Thursday.

Hanley Ramirez belted a three-run homer and Xander Bogaerts had four hits for the Red Sox. Jackie Bradley Jr. had three hits and two RBI.

Red Sox starter David Price went 5 2/3 innings and gave up 11 hits for his second straight start. The left-hander allowed five runs, raising his ERA to 4.51.

Ryan Pressly (4-5) got four outs in relief for the win. Brandon Kintzler worked the ninth for his eighth save.

Twins starter Ricky Nolasco lasted just two innings, giving up six runs and walking three.

Trailing 8-5 in the seventh, the Twins surged ahead with five runs, aided by shaky Red Sox defense. Max Kepler had an RBI triple and scored on Kennys Vargas’ bloop double, on which left fielder Brock Holt was unable to make a sliding catch. Vargas scored the tying run on Rosario’s single against Tommy Layne (0-1) after a replay review overturned the original out call.

Nunez’s two-run single made it 10-8.

Ramirez homered as Boston erased a 4-1 deficit with a five-run second, hitting it over the Green Monster after Brock Holt scored on a wild pitch and Dustin Pedroia had an RBI double.

Bradley’s run-scoring double in the fourth made it 7-4.

NOTES: Early strong gusts made for a strange night. Red Sox TV analyst Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a falling monitor in the booth and was sent home to rest. He’s expected back Sunday. In the first inning, Minnesota’s Robbie Grossman hit a fly into a gust, sending right fielder Michael Martinez twisting as the ball fell for a triple. There were a handful of stoppages as dirt from the tracks and litter swirled. Batters stepped out to wipe their eyes, and Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez headed to the dugout to have a trainer help him clear his left eye. … Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts didn’t play, resting his right knee after leaving Friday’s game. He said he had tests that showed no structural damage and they were “trying to get the swelling down” and “some fluid out.” … Manager John Farrell said closer Craig Kimbrel could have his first bullpen session “(Sunday) or Monday” and could be “very close” to a simulated game. Kimbrel had surgery for a meniscus tear in his left knee on July 11.