Walker extends Minor League home run lead

Twins No. 12 prospect helps Double-A Chattanooga score 7 runs in 7th in comeback win

Walker extends Minor League home run lead

Twins Double-A affiliate Chattanooga stole an 8-7 win from Tennessee on Wednesday by scoring seven runs in the seventh inning.

The Lookouts' impressive comeback featured big hits from No. 12 prospect Adam Brett Walker -- who hit his Minor League leading 26th home run -- and No. 14 prospect Max Kepler. Kepler helped start the home team's rally with a bases-loaded double that scored all three runners.

After Kepler came around to score on a Kennys Vargas single, Chattanooga was still down by a run. That's when Walker stepped to the plate and did what he does best.

He connected on a deep shot to left-center to make it 8-7 and the Lookouts held on for a memorable win. Walker finished 2-for-4 with three RBIs and has 82 RBIs on the year.

Kepler finished 1-for-4, while Cubs No. 5 prospect (No. 92 overall) Billy McKinney and No. 19 prospect Jacob Hannemann both collected two hits.

Alex M. Smith is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.