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MINNEAPOLIS – The Blue Jays won their second game in a row, thumping the Twins 9-3 on Tuesday night but, like Sundays victory over the Orioles, the win came with a cost. Adam Lind, who has a history of lower back problems although none recently, was lifted for pinch hitter Josh Thole in the seventh inning after his back tightened on him. It happened, Lind said, in the fourth inning, although he stayed in the game as the designated hitter and singled and scored in the sixth. "I was just running to second base after my walk and it grabbed," said Lind. Lind missed time in 2011 and 2012 with back trouble before embarking on an offseason yoga regimen, meant to loosen his muscles and improve his flexibility, prior to 2013. Lind avoided the disabled list last season, a stated goal of his when he arrived to spring training. He continued to do yoga this past offseason and enjoys it so much he intends to continue practicing beyond his playing days. "I hope I feel better (Wednesday,) that would be a miracle," said Lind. Then, continuing the optimistic trend, he hoped Mother Nature would send some luck his way. Wednesdays wintry forecast suggests the second game of the series could be postponed, creating a doubleheader on Thursday. "Well hopefully it snows, for me, so that way I dont have to … its a day off for everybody," said Lind. Linds noticeable limp, his difficulty bending over to put on his shoes, his tone of voice and the look on his face belied his attempt to be positive. Hes been down this road before and admitted hes been playing with pain for the last four days. Before Sundays series finale in Baltimore, Lind was the first baseman in manager John Gibbons original lineup. By game time, Lind was the designated hitter, replaced by Edwin Encarnacion at first base. Lind wouldnt speculate on his status when asked whether hes recovered quickly in previous similar instances. "Im going to do whatever the trainers want me to do and hopefully in a couple of days Ill be fine," he said. If Lind is lost for any extended period of time, it would be a blow to the Blue Jays. Hes a key part of the middle of the lineup against right-handed starting pitching and is off to a hot start, hitting .324/.465/.500 with one home run, six RBI and nine walks. The Blue Jays lost infielder Maicer Izturis, likely for the season, in Sundays 11-3 against the Orioles. He suffered a complete tear of the lateral collateral ligament in his left knee when he slipped on the dugout steps. Sheldon Richardson Jersey . Jeter doubled high off the left-field wall and scored on Jacoby Ellsburys first hit in pinstripes in the fifth. Hiroki Kuroda (1-1) pitched 6 1-3 sharp innings in the Yankees 112th opener in New York. 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Colby Cave and Julius Honka also scored for Swift Current (17-11-3), which rallied after blowing a 3-1 lead. Conner Bleackley, Rhyse Dieno and Wyatt Johnson replied for Red Deer (13-13-0) Landon Bow finished with 20 saves for Swift Current, while at the other end of the ice Patrik Bartosak stopped 42 shots. --- RAIDERS 5 WHEAT KINGS 4 (OT) BRANDON, Man. -- Sawyer Lange scored just 18 seconds into overtime to lift Prince Albert past the Wheat Kings. Chance Braid forced OT with 12 seconds left in the third period for the Raiders (17-9-2). Leon Draisaitl scored twice and Josh Morrissey added a single. Rihards Bukarts, John Quenneville, Chad Robinson and Tim McGauley scored for Brandon (14-13-2). Prince Albert goalie Cole Cheveldave made 35 saves, while Brandons Jordan Papirny stopped 31 shots. --- OIL KINGS 5 ICE 1 KOOTENAY, B.C. -- Edmonton scored the first four goals of the game to cruise past the ice. Brandon Baddock, Edgars Kulda, Aaron Irving, Curtis Lazar and Brett Pollock each scored for the Oil Kings (16-9-1). Sam Reinhart had the only goal for Kootenay (15-12-2). Edmontons Tristan Jarry stopped 23 shots. His counterpart, Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski made 27 saves. --- GIANTS 5 COUGARS 3 PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. -- Vancouver blew a three-goal lead but rallied to beat the Cougars. Blake Orban, Cain Franson, Tim Traber, Jackson Houck and Dalton Thrower had a goal apiece for the Giants (12-11-6). Sam Ruopp, Marc McNulty and Alex Forsberg had goals for Prince Georgs (11--16-4).dddddddddddd Giants goalie Jared Rathjen stopped 31 shots. At the other end of the ice, Ty Edmonds was far busier with 49 saves. --- ROCKETS 3 BLAZERS 2 (SO) KELOWNA, B.C. -- Justin Kirkland scored the shootout winner as the Rockets handed Kamloops its 10th loss in a row. Ryan Olsen and Carter Rigby scored in regulation for Kelowna (19-3-2), which won its third straight game. Matt Needham and Tyson Ness scored for the Blazers (6-18-4) and Josh Connolly assisted on both. Jackson Whistle made 35 saves for the Rockets while Kamloops Taran Kozun turned away 28 shots in a losing cause. --- AMERICANS 2 CHIEFS 1 (SO) TRI-CITY, Wash. -- Eric Comrie made 26 saves through 65 minutes and five more in the shootout as the Americans slipped by Spokane. Philip Tot scored the shootout winner for Tri-City (15-12-3), which halted its three-game slide, and Jessey Astley scored at 19:19 of the first period. Riley Whittingham opened the scoring for the Chiefs (17-9-2) 7:41 into the game. Spokanes Eric Williams turned away 23-of-24 shots in a losing cause --- SILVERTIPS 5 BLADES 1 EVERETT, Wash. -- Matt Pufahl scored twice and Joshua Winquist had three assists as the Silvertips beat Saskatoon for their fifth straight victory. 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